Children all sitting in a circle or around a table, you launch by miming a false glasses with your fingers ... • Children all sitting in a circle or around a table, you launch by mimicking a false glasses with your fingers "I note in my little eye something green and mellow (the cushion), wood that is used to sit (stool), cool when it flows in the throat (orange juice) ", etc.
Origin of name: Latins Meaning of first name: Félicité is a mixed name that comes from the Latin "felicitas" meaning "chance" or "happiness". Felicity is a sensitive, active and responsible person. Celebrities: Stéphanie Félicité of the Crest of Saint-Aubin or "Countess Félicité de Lancy" (woman of French letter), Félicité Herzog (writer, French businesswoman and heiress of the steelworks of Creusot), Félicité Waoussi (French actress).
Origin of first name: Germaniques Meaning of first name: Derivative of Armand. Germanic hart, strong, and man, man. Saint Armand was a patron saint of the Netherlands. While this name is very common in Germany in the form Herman, Armand is reserved for Latin countries (France, Italy, Spain). In France, it was considered from the fifteenth century as a name of the aristocracy.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: The name Fawzi means in Arabic "savior", "triumphant" or "predisposed to success". Celebrities: Fawzi Moussouni is a former Algerian professional footballer. Fawzi Benzarti was a Tunisian football player, reconverted coach.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: Adélard means noble and courageous. Celebrities: The English monk and scholar Adélard de Bath, the 15th Prime Minister of Quebec Adélard Godbout, the Quebec trade unionist Adélard Collette or the Quebec lawyer and politician Joseph-Théophile-Adélard Fontaine.
Origin of first name: Anciens, Français, Greeks Meaning of first name: The masculine given name Adelphe comes from the Greek adelphos (brother) who comes from a (link) and delphus (the matrix). Celebrities: The name Adelphe is especially famous in the religious world. Thus, one can quote Adelphe de Sicily, martyr, Adelphe de Metz, 10th bishop of Metz and Adelphe de Remiremont.