How do you say Helene in English?
Is Helene a French name?
Helene (French: Hélène) is a female given name, a variant of Helen, using the French spelling. Helen is ultimately from Greek Ἑλένη.
How do you pronounce Helena in French?
What is the meaning of the name Helene?
Helene as a girl’s name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Helene is “shining light”. Helene is a variant of the Greek names Eleanor and Helen.
Is Helene a popular name?
Helene Origin and Meaning
Helene reached a high of Number 228 in the US in 1916, when ene, ine and een names were all the fashion, and stayed in the Top 500 until 1962, making a final exit in 1970. It still ranks well in its native France, and even more in Norway (#70).
How common is the name Helene?
Records indicate that 30,431 girls in the United States have been named Helene since 1880. The greatest number of people were given this name in 1918, when 728 people in the U.S. were given the name Helene. Those people are now 102 years old.
Is there a male version of Helen?
The Modern Greek form appears to be Elenos. There were a few male characters in Greek mythology called Helenus. The same mythological figure in Italian wikipedia appears to be called Eleno. Also apparently Heleno and Eleno are used in Portuguese speaking areas, but it seems to be fairly obscure.
What is the nickname for Helena?
Helen (given name)
|Nickname(s)||Lena, Lenie, Elle, El, Ellie, Hela, Heli, Helikopter, Chombi|
|Related names||Elaine, Elen, Elene, Ellen, Elena, Eleni, Elin, Helena, Helene, Helaine, Ilona, Yelena|
|Popularity||see popular names|
Is Nelly short for Helen?
Nelly and Nellie are female given names, also used as nicknames (sometimes for men), which are derived from the names Helen, Ellen, Petronella, Danielle, Cornelia, Eleanor, Janelle, Chanelle, Penelope or Noelia.
What is Minnie short for?
As a first name, Minnie is a feminine given name. It can be a diminutive (hypocorism) of Minerva, Winifred, Wilhelmina, Hermione, Mary, Miriam, Maria, Marie, Naomi, Miranda, Clementine or Amelia.
What is Mellie short for?
|meaning||Short for Melissa, Melinda, Melanie|
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What is Fanny short for?
Fanny is a given name. A diminutive of the French name Frances meaning “free one”, and of the name “Estefany”, the Spanish version of Stephanie meaning “crown”.
What does Fanny mean in Ireland?
Fanny pack: The term fanny in Irish is applied exclusively to female genitalia, so whatever you are wearing, it isn’t a fanny pack; it’s a waist-belt or a waist-pouch.
Is Fanny short for Elizabeth?
He lists over 230 for Elizabeth alone!
Chart: Some Common English Girls’ Nicknames & Alternate Forms.
|Nickname||Proper or Alternate Name|
|Fanny||Frances (but Sarah in Hants)|
Is Fanny a woman’s name?
The name Fanny is a girl’s name meaning “free man”. As this word is less often used to mean derriere, it becomes more possible to view Fanny as the kind of appealingly quaint nickname name, like Josie and Nellie, that many parents are favoring now.
What is Franny a nickname for?
Franny is a given name. It is generally a masculine name used as a nickname for Francis. The feminine form is Frannie.
What does Fanny mean in German?
fanny, the ~ (bottombuttocksassbumbehindarsebacksiderumprear) Arsch, der ~ Noun. Gesäß, das ~ Noun. Hintern, der ~ Noun.
What is the longest word in German?
At 80 letters, the longest word ever composed in German is “Donaudampfschifffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft,” meaning, the “Association for Subordinate Officials of the Head Office Management of the Danube Steamboat Electrical Services.” But it’s a coinage of strung together more for
What does Fanny about mean?
(chiefly Britain, intransitive, idiomatic) To waste time or fool around; to engage in activity which produces little or no accomplishment.
Is Fanny an Irish name?
FAINCHE, genitive idem (the same), Fanny; the name of two saintly Irish virgins, one the sister of St. Enda of Aran and patroness of Rossory, on Lough Erne, whose feast was kept on 1 January; and the other patroness of Cluain-caoi, in the neighbourhood of Cashel, who was venerated on 21 of same month. Latin — Fanchea.
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