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Name Helen - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

Greeks

Meaning of the name:

Helen originates from the Greek name "Helenê" which comes from the term "helê" meaning "brilliance of the sun". The French equivalent of this Anglo-Saxon name is Hélène.

Celebrities:

American writer Helen Keller, actresses Helen Hunt, Helen Mirren and Helen Hayes, politician Helen Clark, singers Helen Slater and Helen Merrill, journalist Helen Zille, tennis player Helen Newington Wills.

St. Helena was a Roman Empress wife of Constantius Chlorine and mother of Constantine. Of modest origin, she is known to have organized the first restoration of the holy places. It is also said that she found various relics, such as the nails of the crucifixion or the Holy Staircase, during her pilgrimage to Jerusalem. His son renamed the town of Depranum in Helenopolis after his death.

His character :

Helen's life is rocked by her dreams. She has an overflowing imagination and is perceived as an authentic and original person. We especially appreciate his reflections on the origins of the universe and on science. Only those closest to her will know who is responsible and determined that she is inside her. Idealist, she does not support injustice and cruelty. Helen will reach out to everyone in need.

Derivatives:

Oliona, Aliona, Alionka, Eileen, Eilidh, Elaine, Leentie, Lena, Lenaic, Elane, Elena, Eline, Elioussa, Ellen, Ellyn, Elna, Elyn, Helaine, Helenia, Lenenchen, Leni, Helenius, Hilchen, Ileana, Ilonka, Lana, Liengen, Nellchen, Nellette, Nelliana, Nelly, Helene

His party :

Helen is celebrated on August 18th.

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