Origin of first name: Greeks, Hebrews Meaning of first name: Jean-Philippe is composed of the Hebrew "Yohanan" which means "God has given grace" and Greek terms "philein" and "hippos" resulting respectively in "loving" and "horse". Celebrities: Actor and director Jean-Philippe Puymartin, jazz composer and guitarist Jean-Philippe Muvien, pianist Jean-Philippe Collard, singer Jean-Philippe Lafont, writers Jean-Philippe Bergeron and Jean-Philippe Toussaint.
During pregnancy, your breasts will inevitably blossom. How to live their evolution and the role they will play? Answers to your questions with our specialists. "Why are my breasts getting bigger?" Pregnancy hormones are the biggest contributors to breast enlargement since you became pregnant.
Origin of first name: Greeks, Latins, Originals, Rares Meaning of first name: Loélia is a variant of Clélia. From Latin "clavis", it means "key" or "closing". Taking for reference its Greek root "kleistos", the first name means "closed". Celebrities: Famous celebrities bearing this name include French writer-director Loélia Perrin, French pastry chef Loélia Pissot ... Her character: Loélia knows how to put forward her natural charm.
Origin of the name: Anglo-Saxons, French, Greeks Meaning of the name: From Greek êlê, "brilliance, brightness of the sun". Nelly is a diminutive for several names including Helen and Eleanor. It is considered independent since the 17th century. Celebrities: Canadian singer Nelly Kim Furtado, French writer and filmmaker Nelly Kaplan, French actress Nelly Benedetti (1921-2011) and Swiss actress Nelly Borgeaud.
A classic dessert that always makes its little effect with gourmands: the four-quarter marbled chocolate. Easy and more! Ingredients: 250 g Ebly wheat flour 4 eggs 250 g caster sugar 1 tablespoon unsweetened chocolate powder 250 g melted butter 1 packet of yeast 1 pinch of salt Preparation: Preheat your oven to 180 ° C ( th.
Origin of name: Anglo-Saxons Meaning of first name: Diminutive of the English first name Kenneth, itself derived from a Gaelic name, Kined. St. Kenneth or Kined was a sixth century Welsh hermit. His birthday: August 1st. Search for a Given Name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top Names First Names First Names Outdated Names in the World Other Names by Topics> To Discover: