Hyacinthia


Hyacinthia
Provenance. Vient du grec "huakintos" Signifie : "pierre précieuse" Se fête le 17 août.
Histoire. Saint Hyacinthe, dominicain à Cracovie en Pologne, participa à l'évangélisation de son pays au XIIIème siècle. Ce prénom fut féminisé à la révolution. On peut aussi le fêter le 5 octobre avec sainte Fleur.
Caractère. Ce sont des flegmatiques. Elles sont patientes, organisées et arrivent à leur fin avec une efficacité remarquable. Elles ont parfois la dent dure. Discrètes, sûres d'elles, leur volonté n'est pas toujours sans faille. Elles ont peu d'amis, mais possèdent un grand sens de la camaraderie. Elles sont disciplinées, organisées et d'excellentes gestionnaires. Elles ne laissent jamais paraître leurs sentiments.

Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons. 2013.

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