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Name Iolanda - Meaning and origin

Name Iolanda - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

French, Germanic, Latins, Originals, Rare

Meaning of the name:

Latin viola, the name Iolanda means "violet".

The first name Iolanda also comes from the Germanic terms Vel and land resulting respectively in "address" and "country".

Celebrities:

Romanian athlete specialist in high jump Iolanda Balas.

Celebrities named Yolanda, a variation of Iolanda, include American interior designer and model Yolanda Foster, American gospel singer Yolanda Yvette Adams, American actress Yolanda Williams, Italian singer Yolanda Cristina Gigliotti or Dalida, Mexican actress Yolanda Andrade or comedian actress and scriptwriter Yolanda Ramos.

Yolande of Hungary was a Hungarian royal princess and queen consort of Aragon. She was also countess consort of Barcelona and viscountess of Millau.

His character :

Iolanda is a secret and mysterious girl. She does not like to reveal her feelings and emotions.

Iolanda is very appreciated for her kindness and her sense of friendship. She has the gift of putting others in touch despite her reserved air. Iolanda is sensitive and emotional and needs affection and tenderness to fully flourish.

Derivatives:

Yolanda, Yolande, Iolande, Yolenta, Yolente, Iola, Iolana, Jolanda, Jolande, Iolente, Eolande, Jolanthe, Yola and Jolenta.

His party :

People with the name Iolanda are on June 11th.

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