Origin of first name:
Ancient, French, Germanic
Meaning of the name:
The name Henriette is the feminine form of "Henri". It comes from the Germanic terms "haimaz" which means "focus" and "rīks" which translates to "powerful".
The Queen consort of England, Scotland and Ireland Henriette Marie de France, the French poet Henriette Charasson, the mountaineer Henriette d'Angeville, the writer Henriette de Coligny, the singer Henriette Sontag.
Henriette was one of the Carmelites of Compiegne. She was sentenced to death with her fifteen sisters. Accused of "forming between them meetings and meetings dangerous for the Republic", they were finally guillotined on the current Place de la Nation in Paris. Henriette and her companions were finally beatified by Pope Pius X in 1906.
His character :
Henriette is a sweet and understanding person. She firmly believes that the human being is fundamentally good and that only circumstances make it bad. Henriette will never think of helping others. Even in the workplace, she will make it a point of honor to rescue her colleagues in distress. It must be said that she is particularly sensitive to the pain of others. Courageous and voluntary, she will take the lead if the other is paralyzed or overwhelmed by the situation. On the family level, Henriette is particularly attentive to the needs and desires of her family.
Henrietta, Enriqueta, Netta, Nettie Guenia, Harriet, Hattie, Hettie, Hetty, Hendrijke, Hendrina, Henrika, and Henschel.
His party :
The Henriettes are celebrated on July 17th.
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