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First Name - Meaning and Origin

First Name - Meaning and Origin



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Origin of first name:

Elders, French, Latins

Meaning of the name:

Latin constantiaperseverance, constancy, stability.
Did you know it's a mixed first name? Under the Roman Empire, Constantia was the female equivalent of Constantine.
This name is often found among the first Christians in whom it is a means of affirming their fidelity to Christ.
It was a common name until the 19th century. He's back.

Celebrities:

Constance of Provence and Constance of Castile which were queens of France, respectively in XI and XII E centuries. It was also the name of Mozart's wife.
More recently, the French model Constance Jablonski, the American actress Constance Zimmer.

Constance de Bonacieux is the great love of d'Artagnan in Alexandre Dumas' The Three Musketeers.

St. Constantius was queen and then regent of the kingdom of Aragon at the end of the 13th century. Dante paid tribute to his wisdom and goodness in The Divine Comedy.

His character :

Perseverance, constancy, stability ... Constance's character is quite faithful to its etymology. It is also a person full of life, warm and sometimes mischievous. She seduces his entourage by all its qualities, but knows how to remain very modest ... a little too much perhaps?

Derivatives:

Constancia, Constanta, Costanza, Constantina.

His party :

The Constances are celebrated on April 8th.

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