Names kings of forests, inspired by hunting, from harvest or vines ... come and pick some ideas of names for your baby in our harvest.
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Orchard, vine ... here is the meaning of the Hebrew "carmel", orchard, vine ... a perfect name for autumn. His birthday: July 16th.
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derived from the Latin "silvanus", it designates the god of the forest. His birthday: May 4th.
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From the Celtic "bri", height, hill, it is a name associated with the Irish history because King Brian Boroimhe was the first conqueror of Ulster. His birthday: December 18th.
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A sweet name that comes from the Latin "flavius", golden, blond ... like wheat. His party: May 7th.
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From the Celtic "iv", denoting the yew, a coniferous to the reddish brown bark, Erwan is a derivative of the Yves Renom. His birthday: May 19th.
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From Gaelic "teamhair", hill, this name could also mean star in Sanskrit. In Irish mythology, it is the forest in which kings lived.
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Ilan is a popular Jewish name that refers to the New Year celebration of trees, where everyone is called to plant a tree and consume the produce of the land. His birthday: November 26th.
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From Hebrew "bar", son, and "talmai", plowman, a season name! His birthday: August 24th.
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From the Latin "silva", the forest. In Roman mythology, Rhea Sylvia is the mother of Romulus and Remus. She is the symbol of the foster mother. His birthday: November 5th.
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Keith comes from the Celtic word "coed", meaning wood, forest. No date of celebration known ... why not with Sylvain who has the same meaning?
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Female version of the name Slavic Dimitri, from Demeter, the Greek goddess of the Earth. His birthday: January 4th.
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This is a sweet name that means "crown of trees in Hebrew" and also "prince" in Arabic. It was the title given to Muslim caliphs and princes at the top. His birthday: May 18th.
A name that comes from the woods ... the old Breton "arzhel", made of artz "the bear" and maël "the prince". His birthday: August 16th.
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A figure of mythology, Diane was the goddess of Nature and hunting among the Romans. Her feast day: June 9th.
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From the Greek "dionysos", son of God. Called Bacchus by the Latins, Dionysus was the Greek god of wine and vine.Her party: October 9.
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Donovan comes from Gaelic "donna", brown, and "bhain", dark ... colors of autumn. His birthday: July 15th.
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From the Greek "petros", stone, rock, it is the Celtic form of Pierre.Sa party: June 29th.
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From Greek "melas" or "melanos", which means dark, black.In ancient Greece, Melania was the nickname of the goddess of the Harvests, Her feast: January 26.
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From Latin "aurum", meaning gold, the color of autumn leaves. His birthday: October 4th.
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From the Greek "cynthia", name of the goddess Artemis, daughter of Zeus and sister of Apollo, in Greek mythology. Divinity of nature, great hunter and indomitable virgin, it is said born on Mount Cynthos, on the island of Delos, hence its nickname of Cynthia. His birthday: June 9th.
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