Origin of first name:
Meaning of the name:
From the Latin silva, "forest".
In Roman mythology, Rhea Sylvia is the mother of Romulus and Remus. She is the symbol of the foster mother.
French singer Sylvie Vartan, French actress and novelist Sylvie Testud, French actress and comedian Sylvie Joly, French novelist Sylvie Germain, French dancer Sylvie Guillem, French singer-songwriter Sylvie Hoarau, French politician Sylvie Andrieux, French actress and screenwriter Sylvie Audcoeur, French animator-journalist Sylvie Zerbib, French sociologist Sylvie Tissot, French publisher Sylvie Uderzo, French writer and filmmaker Sylvie Ohayon, French screenwriter and producer Sylvie Pialat or the Quebec screenwriter Sylvie Payette.
St. Sylvia was the mother of Pope Gregory the Great and played a great role in his religious education.
St. Sylvia, called Sylvia of Rome, was a noble Roman lady from Sicily. She is the patron saint of the priestly mothers and the helpers to the priests, laymen and nuns.
His character :
In her fragile air, Sylvie knows what she wants and uses every means to achieve her ends. Ambitious and motivated, she enjoys challenges. With a keen mind, she is particularly comfortable in society and appreciates human contact. Despite her need for independence, she enjoys being surrounded by her family. Sylvie has a big heart and is ready to do anything to help those in need.
Sylvia, Sylviane, Silviane, Sylvaine, Silva, Silvia, Silvina, Sylva and Sylvette.
His party :
The Sylvie are celebrated on November 5th.
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