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First name - Meaning and origin

First name - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Ancient, French, Latins, Originals, Rare

Meaning of the name:

Etymologically, the name Horace derives from the Latin Horatia, a noble name formerly adopted by a Roman family.

Celebrities:

Horace Silver, jazz composer and American pianist (1928-2014), one of the emblematic figures of soul jazz and hard bop, Horace Andy, Jamaican reggae singer, Horace Vernet, French painter (1789-1863), Horace Grant , American basketball player.

The name refers to St. Horace, the patron of the archivists, recognized for his creative genius unequaled. During his lifetime, he was considered a man illuminated by grace.

His character :

Horace is a person with a nice and charming personality, complemented by a great vivacity. His character is marked by a lot of dynamism and joie de vivre. Aware of the importance of every moment, he likes to enjoy life. Horace also has a pronounced creative spirit, which makes him sensitive and receptive to his environment. Horace is not stingy in sweet words to the people who are dear to him. He uses his fancy side to relax the atmosphere when needed. His personality is appreciated by his entourage, his joie de vivre and his sense of happiness make him very endearing. Professionally, Horace opts for areas where he can clearly express his creativity as art, painting and other artistic field.

Derivatives:

Horacio, Horatio, Horz, Oratio, Horatius and Horats.

His party :

January 1st is the date dedicated to celebrate the name Horace.

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