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Name Gérald - Meaning and origin

Name Gérald - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Gérald is a masculine given name of Germanic origin, derived from the Germanic terms ger and Waldan respectively translated as "lance", or "spades" and "command".

Celebrities:

Gérald Darmanin, French politician.

Saint Gérald was in the ninth century, a monk of the abbey of Moissac. He was called by the Portuguese clergy to renovate the liturgical chants. His success earned him the title of archbishop of Braga. He played an important role in the evangelization of this region.

His character :

Gérald has a strong personality, with a certain ascendency over others. Being active and energetic, he is above all a passionate enthusiast. His courage will even give him a little reckless side. Although he adapts easily in all circumstances, he will never be allowed to walk on his feet. Assert his rights and defend his ideas, Gérald knows how to do it! Diplomatic, this little prince hides an iron fist in a velvet glove.

Derivatives:

Géraud, Jerry, Geraldine, Gerwald are variants of the surname Gérald.

His party :

The Géralds are celebrated on December 5th in honor of Saint Gérald.

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