Cécilian


Cécilian
Provenance. Variante de Cécilien. Vient du latin "caecilii" Nom d'une illustre famille romaine au IIIème siècle. Se fête le 16 avril.
Histoire. Selon le poète Aurèle Prudence, Cécilien est martyrisé avec 17 autres chrétiens à Saragosse, en Aragon, l'année 304. Retrouvées en 1389, ses reliques sont transférées dans l'église sainte Encratide de Saragosse.
Caractère. Ils ont le sens de l'amitié. Toujours à l'écoute des autres, ce sont de merveilleux confidents. Dynamiques, ambitieux, ils font souvent preuve d'impatience. Drôles, fantaisistes, ils aiment amuser la "galerie" et avoir un public. Honnêtes et justes, ils refusent la tricherie, mais ne dédaignent pas ruser pour arriver à leurs fins. Ce sont des séducteurs victimes de leur charme.

Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons. 2013.

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