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Name Olivier - Meaning and origin

Name Olivier - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

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Meaning of the name:

From the Latin "olivarius", the olive tree, this name is probably a French version of an old Germanic name derived from Olaf. It was popularized in the twelfth century by the famous Chanson de Roland, the oldest French chanson de geste. At the time of Crusades, it was also awarded in honor of the Mount of Oilviers, east of Jerusalem, where Jesus went to pray before his death.

Celebrities:

French presenter Olivier Minne, Quebec singer Olivier Dion, French footballer Olivier Roux, French actor and producer Olivier Sitruk ...

Saint Olivier Plunket was ordained priest in 1654 and appointed archbishop fifteen years later. At that time, the Royal Government of England dispossessed the Irish of their lands to give them to the Protestant English he installed on the Catholic island. Accused of having prepared the landing of French soldiers in Ireland and having taxed his clergy to set up an army, he was condemned to "be hanged, emptied and dismembered".

His character :

Olivier is someone very direct, frank, courageous and voluntary. Ambitious, he gives himself every means to get there. He is also a loyal and loyal friend, always ready to listen and lend a helping hand. Fan of nature and animals, he likes to be alone sometimes to think ... but quickly needs to find the company of others.

Derivatives:

Oliverio, Olivero, Oliviero.

His party :

The Olivier are celebrated on July 12th.

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