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by Andre Page

Download Arco Babies Names A-Z ePub
  • ISBN 0668046031
  • ISBN13 978-0668046039
  • Language English
  • Author Andre Page
  • Publisher Arco Pub (April 1, 1979)
  • Pages 160
  • Formats mbr azw lrf mbr
  • Category History
  • Subcategory World
  • Size ePub 1137 kb
  • Size Fb2 1200 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 261

Lists the origin and meanings of well-known Christian names as well as featuring little-known boys and girls names taken from old records and documents

Babies Names A-Z book.

Babies Names A-Z book.

Parents all over the world choose from Spanish baby names for their royal ancestry, regional diversity, profound etymology and melodic pronunciation.

Originally from Castile, Spain it evolved from Vulgar Latin in 210 BC and was taken to America via Spanish colonization. Parents all over the world choose from Spanish baby names for their royal ancestry, regional diversity, profound etymology and melodic pronunciation.

Your child's name is important - it has got to last for life. To help you make the right choice, Andre Page has compiled particulars of more than 3000 names.

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His other name books include: The Best Baby Name Book in the Whole Wide World, The Very Best Baby Name Book, 60,000+ Baby Names, 25,000+ Baby Names, 15,000+ Baby Names. Paperback: 699 pages.

Etymology & Historical Origin of the Baby Name Andres. Andrés is the Spanish version of the name Andrew, which in turn is the anglicized form of the Greek name Andreas, stemming from ‘andr’ which translates into man or warrior

Etymology & Historical Origin of the Baby Name Andres. Andrés is the Spanish version of the name Andrew, which in turn is the anglicized form of the Greek name Andreas, stemming from ‘andr’ which translates into man or warrior. Andrew (o Santo Andrés en Español) is the name of the first disciple called by Jesus in the New Testament. A Galilean fisherman and the brother of St. Peter, St. Andrew was a disciple of John the Baptist and one of the first to recognize Jesus as the Messiah. After the Resurrection, St. Andrew went on to preach in Asia Minor and Greece.

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From tennis superstar Andre Agassi to Black-ish TV character Andre Johnson, there are many . Check out these popular pages to discover more baby boy and baby girl names and meanings.

From tennis superstar Andre Agassi to Black-ish TV character Andre Johnson, there are many famous and familiar faces who’ve boarded the Andre train. This French form of the anglicized Andrew translates to man, warrior. But Andre isn’t just about being macho-he has his sensitive, compassionate side too. The name's popularity peaked in the 1970s and '80s and is still showing up on birth certificates around the world.

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Origin of the name Andres: Derived from the Greek andreios (manly). Anders, Andres and Sander are anagrams of each other; they contain the same letters. From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman. Related Names: Anders, Andre, Andrea, Andreas, Andrew. Personal experiences with the name Andres.

The book Baby Names Now: From Classic to Cool-The Very Last Word on First Names places the origins of. .The name LaKeisha is typically considered American in origin but has elements drawn from both French and African roots.

The book Baby Names Now: From Classic to Cool-The Very Last Word on First Names places the origins of "La" names in African-American culture in New Orleans. The name LaKeisha is typically considered American in origin but has elements drawn from both French and African roots