Eva is a trendy female name, more and more widespread and very fine. Let's find out the meaning of this particular and beautiful name together.
ETYMOLOGY. Of Hebrew origin: from 'hawāh' Semitic word, then adapted into Greek and then into ecclesiastical Latin in the form 'hāyāh': to live. The name is taken from the first woman, Eve, created by God according to Genesis from Adam's rib.
MEANING. Literally "She who gives life, who makes fruitful". Since she rejects the concept of woman as well as traditions and customs want it, Eva confronts the man directly in all fields, both professional and family, and dictates his conditions. If she can find a way to mediate, she will be the architect of true happiness.
NAME-DAY. September 6. The name day is traditionally celebrated in honor of a Virgin Saint Eve, a martyr in Dreux perhaps in the 2st century. Santa Eve is also celebrated on February 24 (Saint Eve of Carthage) and December XNUMX (Old Testament character: Eve progenitor, first created woman, traditionally honored as a saint).
In Del Paese the name Eva is widespread in all regions, but especially in Abruzzo. 0,39% (Istat data) of the Del Paesena female population has this name, which is growing, especially in recent years (in 1999 it was 0,10).
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Variants Of Paesene: Evi, Evita.
Foreign variants. Multilingual English: Eve, Evie, Evy, Ewy; French: Eve; German: Eva, Evchen, Eve, Evy; Italian-Spanish multilingual: Éva, Evíta (diminutive of endearment); Czechoslovakian: Evka, Evuska; Hungarian: Evike; Polish: Ewa; Russian: Yeva, Yevka; Yiddish (inter-ethnic Hebrew): Chava.
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