Name for a girl. A history of women's names.


Name - a unique combination of sounds, which plays an momentous role in human life. And, of course, it must be beautiful and candy, particularly when it comes to this subject, however a girl's name. As, it was not always. For example, in ancient Rome, the moms and dads were not too concerned around a question of what to call her daughter. It was simple - gerls's names and a values?? are derived with the male. For example, Julia - the daughter of a man kind of Julian. If the girls in the family had a few, your name is added sort ordering number. For example, Sarah Prima (the 1st, that is the eldest daughter) or Claudia 3-rd (3-rd).

In ancient Greece, girls were more fortunate. Moms and dads tried to protect them with a potential unpleasantness, and for this it was indispensable to name and mascot. With this came the Greek female names, well-known now: Elena - "Torch", Anastasia - "resurrected" and others. A lot of of them may be found in the calendar, due to the history of the Orthodox faith.

In ancient Egypt, a names of girls were somewhat variant meaning. What was the most momentous item for a woman in that era? Frequently beauty was her only treasure. In order to attract a favor of the gods to a girl's moms and dads tried narekat the child, a derivative of the word "Nefer", meaning lovely. We all remember a legendary Queen Nefertiti: a literal translation - "Great is coming."

Incidentally, in Egypt today, female names enjoy a slightly varied meaning, one method or any they all relate to Islam - the state religion. However, they are basically a like so in other Arab countries. This, for example, Abid - "believer", Aisha - "thriving" (by a method, is a name of a youngest wife of a Prophet), Attica - "pure, chaste".

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