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First name - Meaning and origin

First name - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

French, Greeks

Meaning of the name:

The name Thérèse comes from the Greek, from the name of an island near Crete, Tarasi,

Celebrities:

The Canadian Thérèse Casgrain, feminist and politician who led the movement for the vote of women in Quebec before the Second World War, the French Thérèse Humbert, famous in the nineteenth century for having been linked to a big affair of fraud in the world financial and political, French actresses Thérèse Liétard and Thérèse Dorny ...
The name Thérèse is best known for the character of Thérèse Raquin in the work of the French writer Emile Zola. Another fictional character that remains in the memories, the character of Thérèse in the film Santa Claus is a junk.

St. Theresa of Avila, in the sixteenth century, first lived a rather mundane life in the Carmel of Spain before devoting herself to her faith following an illness. She became a symbol of piety and inspired the order of the Carmelites throughout Europe.

His character :

Of a natural joy, Thérèse is also someone who needs calm sometimes to get fresh ideas. Sporty, she is also contemplative and loves nature. Easy going, she does not like complications. Rather dedicated to her family and loved ones, she puts her professional career aside.

Derivatives:

Theresa, Teresa, Thereze

His party :

October 15th.

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