Sadiya


Sadiya
Provenance. Prénom d'origine arabe. Signifie: "bienheureuse, vouée au bonheur"
Histoire. Depuis maintenant quatorze siècles, la plupart des musulmans, de par le monde, qu'ils soient asiatiques, africains, européens ou américains, ont à coeur de choisir pour leurs enfants des prénoms arabes. Cet attachement plonge ses racines à la source même de l'Islam et reste, pour la diaspora, l'unique témoignage de son identité originelle.
Caractère. Elles ont tendance à s'occuper de tout et à vouloir tout régenter. De tempérament inquiet, elles manquent d'assurance en elles. Très sensibles, émotives, elles prennent "la mouche" facilement. Travailleuses, tenaces, actives, elles feront tout pour atteindre leur but. Elles aiment être entourées d'amis et adorent recevoir. Leur fidélité amoureuse est sans faille.

Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons. 2013.

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