First names: Maud, Isabelle, Eric, Florence, Titouan

First names: Maud, Isabelle, Eric, Florence, Titouan

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On a stretch of water or in the open sea, on a catamaran or sailing dinghy ... sailing is the activity of summer! Get inspired by the names of famous browsers for your baby. Maud, Isabelle, Eric, Florence and Titouan: discover the origin, the date of the festival and the derivatives of incredible sailors.

Maud (Fontenoy)

  • Female first name.
  • From germain "math", which means power. A nice name for the sailor, mother of two children, very committed to the safeguarding of the oceans.
  • Maud is a name that was formed in England by deformation of the French Mahaut. It is also a very old form of Mathilde.
  • In the 10th century, St. Matilda, wife of the German king Henry the Oiseleur, had once widowed disputes with his sons. The latter stripped her of most of her goods, which they reproached him with squandering for the poor. She is the founder of several Benedictine abbeys.
  • His party : March 14th.
  • Its derivatives: Maude, Mathilde.

Isabelle (Autissier)

  • Female first name.
  • From Hebrew "elischeba", meaning God is my oath. Isabelle is a derivative of the first name Elisabeth. First woman to have accomplished a world tour in competition in 1991, Isabelle Autissier is the offshore specialist. Her feet on the ground, she is agronomist, president of the World Wild Fund, but also writer!
  • Blessed Isabella, sister of St. Louis, was a nun who cared for the poor. She founded the monastery of the Poor Clares "Our Lady of Humility" at Longchamp.
  • His birthday: February 22nd.
  • Its derivatives: Isabella, Isabel, Isabela, Izabela, Izabella, Izabel, Izabelle, Ysabelle, Isabele, Ysabel ...

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