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Name Hélène - Meaning and origin

Name Hélène - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Greeks

Meaning of the name:

From the Greek, "brilliance, brilliance of the sun". In Homer's Iliad, Helen was the wife of Menelaus. Paris, under the charm, took it away, which triggered the Trojan War. St. Helena was an empress, mother of Constantine I, the first emperor, urged by her mother, to convert to Christianity. Saint Helena, a Roman empress, discovered the Holy Cross on the occasion of a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Helen is celebrated on August 18th. Its derivatives: Helena, Nelly, Ellen, Elaine, Leen.

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