Trzebowit

Gender: Masculine
Origin: Polish
Meaning ” ruler’s sacrifice.”
(TSHEH-bo-VEET)

The name is composed of the Old Polish elements, trzebo (sacrifice, offering) and wit (lord, ruler).

The designated name-days are January 16 and November 6.

Sources

  1. http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trzebowit
  2. http://www.behindthename.com/namedays/lists/11.php
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Dalemir

Gender: Masculine
Origin: Polish
Meaning: “far from peace.”
(DAH-le-Meer)

The name is composed of the Old Polish elements, dale, which is possibly derived from daleko meaning “far” and mir meaning “peace.”

Other forms of the name include: Dalemiar, Dalimiar and Dalimir.

The designated name-days are: January 15, October 29 and November 5.

Sources

  1. http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalemir
  2. http://www.behindthename.com/namedays/lists/11.php

Vahur

Gender: Masculine
Origin: Estonian
Meaning: “brave.”

The name is derived from the Estonian, vahva meaning “brave.” The name was coined by Estonian author Edward Börnhohe for a character in his 1880 novel Tasuja.

The designated name-day in Estonia is November 4.

Other forms of the name include: Vaho and Vahto.

Sources

  1. http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Vahur
  2. http://www.miksike.ee/documents/main/referaadid/tasuja3.htm
  3. http://www.behindthename.com/namedays/lists/11.php

 

Toussaint

Gender: Masculine
Origin: French
Meaning: “all saints.”
(TOO-SAHn)

The name is derived from the French, tous and saint, literally meaning, “all saint.”

The name was usually bestowed on males born on the 1st of November, the Feast of All Saints.

The feminine form is Toussainte.

The name was borne by Toussaint du Breil de Pontbriand (1776-1844), a chouant during the French Revolution. French general, Toussaint Campi (1777-1832). Belgian Mine Ingeneer, Toussaint-Henry-Joseph Fafchamps (b.1783).  Leader of the Haitian Revolt, Toussaint Louverture (1743-1803).

The designated name-day is November 1.

Source:

  1. http://www.behindthename.com/name/toussaint