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Name Leah - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

Courts, French, Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

Hebrew lea, "tired", or Latin leo, "lioness".
If this name has always had a good career in English-speaking countries in the form of Leah, its success was later in France, but it is triumphant. In fashion at the Belle Epoque thanks to the heroine of Colette, he experienced a new impetus with Régine Desforges' Blue Bicycle. Today, he is well settled. Attempted ?

Celebrities:

The Bible tells us of a Leah tired from crying over her fate. Promised to the seductive little Esau, she will eventually replace her sister Rachel to marry Jacob.

French actresses Léa Seydoux and Léa Drucker, French-Lebanese journalist Léa Salamé, French author of R'nB Léa Castel.

Sainte Léa was a Roman widow of the fourth century who distributed her goods to the poor.

His character :

Lea is both impulsive, disconcerting and exciting. It nevertheless has a balanced character that makes it very endearing. She is able to understand each event with discernment. She always takes the time to think deeply before making a decision, especially when it comes to an important point. From the outset impressive, she is generous and welcoming. Open and communicative, she loves to share and exchange.

Derivatives:

Léane, Léana, Lia, Liah, Lia, La, Léïa, Lua, Léah, Leyya, Ly, Loé, Leah, Lee, Lhea, Leha

His party :

Leaves are celebrated on March 22nd.

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