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Hedwige Meaning - Origin

Hedwige Meaning - Origin


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Origin of first name:

Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Hedwig's name means "the one who amass". It comes from the words "ed" and "wig", meaning respectively "wealth" or "goods" and "combat".

Celebrities:

Hedwige Chrétien, French musician, Hedwige Jeanmart, writer, Edwige Feuillère, actress and Minister Edwige Avice.

His character :

Hedwig does not leave anyone indifferent. Woman of character, bubbling, courageous, it is also a sensitive soul and altruistic. As a child, Hedwig is very secretive, a little wild. As a teenager, she is dreamy. Hedwig is ambitious and is drawn to places of honor.

Hedwig's patron saint Edwige, sister-in-law of the King of France, joins her daughter Gertrude, a Cistercian abbess, in Trebnitz on the death of her husband, the Duke of Silesia, in 1238. She lived a pious and charitable life.

Derivatives:

Edwige, Edvige, Hadvige

His party :

Hedwige celebrates October 16th

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