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Name Apolline - Meaning and origin

Name Apolline - Meaning and origin



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Origin of first name:

Ancient, French, Greeks

Meaning of the name:

From the Greek "apellos", which arouses, which inspires (the creation), name of the god Apollo, god of light and beauty, son of Zeus and Leto. In the Renaissance, the ancient names were fashionable and Apolline began to rub shoulders with Diane.

Celebrities:

The French journalist Appoline de Malherbe, the swimmer Apolline Dreyfus.

In the third century, Apolline was a nun from Alexandria. During a terrible persecution against Christians ordered by Emperor Decius, she was arrested and tortured for refusing to deny her faith. She had broken teeth (in the tradition, it is evoked against toothache) and threw herself into the inferno.

His character :

Sweet and reserved, Apolline has a great need to serve others and to feel loved. She is cautious, sweet and quite secretive.

Derivatives:

Apoline, Apolline, Apollonia, Apollonia, Polline, Pollonia.

His party :

February 9th.

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