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Name Ferdinand - Meaning and origin

Name Ferdinand - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Ferdinand is a masculine given name of Germanic origin. It comes from the term "Fried" which means "protector" or "frithu" which means "peace", followed by "nant" that can be translated as "bold", "courageous".

Celebrities:

Ferdinand, a name of kings and emperors: the Emperor of the Romans Ferdinand I, Ferdinand I of Medici, Ferdinand I of Romania, King Ferdinand I of Habsburg ...
Ferdinand Marie, viscount of Lesseps, diplomat and French entrepreneur (1805-1894), known to have built the Suez Canal and to be at the origin of the scandal of Panama, the Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure ...

Saint Ferdinand of Castile, king of Castile from 1217 to 1230 and king of Castile and Leon from 1230 to 1252, marked the history of Spain. Died on May 30, 1252, he is canonized by Pope Clement X on February 4, 1671.

His character :

Ferdinand is an open, jovial, hospitable and friendly man. Often enthusiastic and dynamic, he is brilliant and imposes by his strong personality, his fine and lively intelligence, his ability to speak and his speed of understanding and action. Ferdinand is also somewhat narcissistic and has the art of charming and seducing.

Derivatives:

Ferdi, Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Ferdinando, Ferdinand, Fertel

His party :

Ferdinand is celebrated on May 30th.

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