Orace


Orace
Provenance. Vient de l'égyptien "Horus" Nom d'une divinité égyptienne. fête indéterminée.
Histoire. Ce prénom de la période romaine, très en vogue au XIXème siècle, fut illustré par le combat des "Horace", trois frères, champions de Rome et les "Curiace", champions d'Albe , au VIIème siècle avant Jésus-Christ.
Caractère. Bons vivants, d'esprit logique et plein de bons sens, ils recherchent la simplicité. Ils sont droits et rigoureux, fidèles à leurs principes. Actifs, dynamiques, toujours disponibles pour les autres, ils aiment prendre initiatives et responsabilités. Ils accordent leur confiance facilement, mais sont rancuniers avec ceux qui ont démérité .

Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons. 2013.

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