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Name Aubane - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name: French, Latins Meaning of first name: Aubane is the female form of the name Aubin, a variant of "Alban". Therefore, Aubane also comes from Latin "albus" and means "white" (white in this case). Celebrities: The French actress Aubane Gaillard seen among others in "One more tear" (2012).
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"I love you" is the cufflinks that throw in. The Rogue Workshop offers customizable cufflinks (and other jewelry) with the message of your choice.Not bad! Delivery within 72 hours.Rubh cufflinks : 59 e. "I love you", here are cufflinks that throw it.
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Name Anaëlle - Meaning of origin

Origin of the name: Celts Meaning of the name: Celtic transcription of the Greek eggellos, "messenger", become "angel", or from the Hebrew hannah, "grace of God". This mixed first name was born from the inspiration of the Breton parents who, in the 70's, added to the name Anne this ending in "el" which they particularly like.
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We write Merry Christmas in all languages

From December 1st to the 25th, Enfant.com offers you an idea a day to accompany your children around Christmas. Today, December 6: little world tour of Merry Christmas! Say "Merry Christmas" in several languages. Better, to decorate, write all these merry Christmas in letters of color. It will be unifying, warm and very decorative!
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Name Clarice - Meaning of origin

Origin of first name: French, Latins Meaning of first name: The name Clarice comes from the Latin "clarissimus" which means "the most illustrious". Celebrities: The Brazilian-born woman of letters Clarice Lispector, the actresses Clarice Falcão, Clarice Mayne, Clarice Taylor and Clarice Vance, the composer Clarice Assad, the painter Clarice Beckett or the politician Clarice Modeste-Curwen.
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Awards 2015 girls' first names-Maëlys

17. Maëlys Its origin: from the old Breton mael, "prince, chef" and Maïlys (Marie au Lys), native of the Landes. His story: Saint Maël lived in the fifth century. Of Irish or Welsh origin, he is the nephew of St. Patrick, patron of the Irish, and came to evangelize Armorica. He is also likely to be the son of the first king of Brittany, Conan Mériadec.
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