Gisèle Meaning - Origin

Gisèle Meaning - Origin

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Origin of first name:

Ancient, French, Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Germanic gisal, "the oath, the commitment".
This ancient name, prevalent in the Middle Ages in Central Europe, appeared in France at the end of the 19th century with the classical ballet Giselle. Gisele knows a flight around 1930. Since, this first name remains discreet in France although always more frequent in Germany. Rarely enough, he seduces a pinch of loving parents, who knows, romantic ballets.
The Gisele are celebrated on May 7th.
Its derivatives: Giselle, Gisella, Giselda, Silke.

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