Another affable name, Beatrice replaced the Latin Beatrix after the fall of the Roman Empire. Beatrice is a gorgeous name that means “she who makes happy.” We must admit, the name does put a smile on our face.
We’re fond of the Old French form of the name Felicia, Felize, which was a stylish name of the day. Felize has a cheery meaning “fortunate.” The Latin form of the name, Felix was also still in use at the time and was considered a gender-neutral name.
Tiffany, as we know it, was first used in the 16th century. Before that, Theophania (Latin) was another name for Epiphany, and in England, the name was used of girls who were born or christened on or near that holiday. Therefore, the name means “manifestation of God.”
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