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Name Blaise - Meaning and origin

Name Blaise - Meaning and origin



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Origin of first name:

French, Latin

Meaning of the name:

Blaise comes from Latin Blaesus, meaning the one "who stammers, who stutters". Know that in Roman times it was a sign of direct communication with the Gods ...
The name Blaise was very common between the 13th and 16th centuries. It is also found in family name.

Celebrities:

French philosopher Blaise Pascal, French writer and poet Blaise Cendrars, Burkina Faso politician Blaise Compaore, president from 1987 to 2014, French footballer Blaise Matuidi ...

Saint Blaise was a bishop of Sebaste, in Armenia in the 3rd and 4th centuries. He fled to a cave where he lived with animals to escape the adoration of his devotees. He was given gifts of healers. It is invoked to treat sore throats and childhood diseases.

His character :

Blaise is a fundamentally generous and very good company. He likes to take care of others and can not stand to stay alone for too long. He has an often adventurous spirit and loves to let off steam with sports or traveling. He has a lot of strengths to succeed ... but must learn to take care of himself more than others.

Derivatives:

Blasius, Blaisette, Blas, Bleaz, Bladi, Blazy

His party :

The Blaise are celebrated on February 3rd.

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