Barnaby


Barnaby
Provenance. Vient de l'hébreu "bar-nabas" Signifie : "fils de la consolation" Se fête le 11 juin.
Histoire. Disciple de Jésus en Palestine, au 1er siècle, Joseph est surnommé Barnabé par les apôtres. Après la Pentecôte, il vend ses terres et donne tout à la première communauté chrétienne. Puis il devient le compagnon de voyage de Saint Paul, prêchant ensemble de ville en ville, dans toute l' Asie Mineure. Il sera lapidé à Chypre vers l'an 60.
Caractère. Ce sont de grands voyageurs qui ne tiennent pas en place. Jamais satisfaits, ils ont soif de nouveautés. Ils ont le goût de la perfection et de l'exactitude, aiment se dépasser, aller toujours plus loin. Ce sont des insoumis qui ont des difficultés à se conformer aux règles établies.

Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons. 2013.

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  • Barnaby — [bär′nə bē] n. a masculine name: see BARNABAS …   English World dictionary

  • BARNABY K C — UNITED KINGDOM (see also List of Individuals) .. 1887 Southampton/UK 22.3.1968 /UK Kenneth C. Barnaby served his apprenticeship at the Thornycroft shipyard in Southampton and graduated in engineering from the Central Technical College, South… …   Hydraulicians in Europe 1800-2000

  • Barnaby — The comic strip Barnaby by Crockett Johnson (best known today for his children s books, such as Harold and the Purple Crayon ) featured an almost cherubic looking five year old and his far from cherubic fairy godfather, Mr. O Malley, a short,… …   Wikipedia

  • BARNABY N — UNITED KINGDOM (see also List of Individuals) 25.2.1829 Chatham/UK 15.6.1915 Lewisham/UK Nathaniel Barnaby, the grandfather of Kenneth C. (1887 1968) was apprenticed as a shipwright at the Sheerness Dockyard in 1843. In 1848, he was one of those… …   Hydraulicians in Europe 1800-2000

  • Barnaby — This interesting and long established surname has two distinct possible sources, each with its own history and derivation. Firstly, Barnaby may be of Old Scandinavian origin, and a locational name from the hamlet of Barnaby near Guisborough in… …   Surnames reference

  • Barnaby —    Actors who noticed that a fellow performer was dominated by his wife would refer to him as Barnaby. Judge Horton adds that it was Barnaby s lot to jump through, a term that probably derived from animals trained to jump through hoops at the… …   The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

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  • Barnaby — noun a) originally, a lively and fast paced dance; by extension, any quick and uneven movement. Bounce cry the port holes, out they fly, b) from the medieval vernacular form of Barnabas. And make the world dance Barnaby …   Wiktionary

  • Barnaby — /bahr neuh bee/, n. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning son of exhortation. * * * …   Universalium

  • Barnaby — englische Form von → Barnabas (Bedeutung vermutlich: Sohn des Gottes Nebo) …   Deutsch namen