Just like the season and the period of her birth, the name Noella is one that reminds us of Christmas, a period filled with merry and laughter.
reglo | Les prénoms du mois
Flore like Dr. Flore Ndembiyembe, President of the Cameroonian Coalition against Tobacco (C3T) Meaning “Flower” in Latin, Flore was the Roman goddess of flowers and spring. All Flores have a dazzling personality and traits of a star.
Prénom très rare, Axel tire ses origines du prénom hébreux « Absalon » qui signifie « père de la paix ». Si tu portes ce prénom comme la musicienne française Axelle Red, tu es une personne au grand cœur toujours prêt à écouter et à conseiller.
Adeline is actually a German origin name and commonly given to girls. The true meaning of Adeline cannot be described with just a few words.
If you are called Gaëtan, then you surely have what it takes to be famous like the Cameroonian footballer, Gaëtan BONG who plays as a left back for Championship club Nottingham Forest and the Cameroon national team.
Ce mois, ton site met à l’honneur les personnes qui portent le prénom de Valentine ou Valentina. Longtemps resté célèbre chez les amoureux, que renferme au juste ce prénom populaire ?
Sandrine is a popular French female name. It is a diminutive form of Sandra, a shortened form of Alexandra, the female version of Alexander, which means Protector of Men. Another variant of this name will be Sandrine. Lover of life, jovial, charming and very protective, are a few character traits who define her.
Gladys is a female name from the Welsh name Gwladus or Gwladys, which bears the meaning of royalty (princess); conversely, it has been speculated to originally be from the Latin diminutive "gladiolus," meaning small sword hence the gladiolus flowering plant. It may be used as a Welsh variant of Claudia, meaning lame. This month we choose to celebrate a power house, hardworking and Godfearing lady bearing the name Gladys in the person of MrsNchang Gladys Akosa.
“I know deep down that I have got the talent of teaching in me… the way I teach my juniors makes me love the profession. Thus, I dream of one day becoming a secondary school teacher.”
This month we celebrate the surname « Colbie ». So we met with a young journalist and entrepreneur who carries the surname, she is called ColbieMedjom. She tells us more about what she knows about the surname and how she feels about it.