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Name Camélia - Meaning of origin

Name Camélia - Meaning of origin



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Origin of first name:

Italians, Latin

Meaning of the name:

From the name of the flower native to Asia, this name appeared in the United States around 1930. As it is a rare and expensive flower, it was a symbol of success in the nineteenth century. The Dame aux Camelias by Alexandre Dumas is an illustration of this.

Celebrities:

It's the singer Camélia Jordana revealed by the show La Nouvelle Star in 2009 who gave this name in the light.

Camellia is celebrating with Fleur. Daughter of an Auvergne lord, Saint Fleur (in the year 1347) entered the hospital of the knights of Saint John of Jerusalem in Quercy at a young age to become a hospitable nun and to devote his life to the sick and the pilgrims.

His character :

Camellia is reckless! She is a go-getter and loves to be the leader of the group, whether with family, friends or at work. Full of energy, she knows how to lead her troops and train them in a wake of good humor and success.

Derivatives:

Kamelia, Camellia, Camelle.

His party :

October 5th with Fleur.

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