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Name Violette - Meaning and origin

Name Violette - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Elders, French, Latins

Meaning of the name:

From the Latin viola, "violette".
This name was already attributed in antiquity because it symbolized sweetness and sensuality. The violet was a rallying sign of the partisans of Napoleon Bonaparte during his exile. This name is only accepted in the civil status since the beginning of the 20th century.

Celebrities:

French novelist Violette Leduc, British Resistance Violette Szabo, French sportswoman Violette Morris.

Violet has for patron saint Fleur. Daughter of an Auvergne lord, Saint Fleur (in the year 1347) entered the hospital of the knights of Saint John of Jerusalem in Quercy at a young age to become a hospitable nun and to devote his life to the sick and the pilgrims.

His character :

Like the flower, Violette is characterized by its modesty. Sweet, generous, she always devotes herself to those around her. Combatitive for them, she has a harder time doing it for herself and will need a little help and confidence in her to get started. In love with Nature, she needs calm to relax and be independent, even if she likes being surrounded.

Derivatives:

Violaine, Viola, Violetta, Lola.

His party :

The Violettes are celebrated on August 4th or October 5th with Fleur.

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