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Germain pronunciation - Meaning and origin

Germain pronunciation - Meaning and origin



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Meaning of the name:

From the Latin substantive germen, which means "from the same stock, from the same blood", or from the Celtic gairman, "the neighboring people" (the Germans).
Saint Germain was in the 6th century a bishop of Paris. Supported by the King of Paris Childerbert I, son of Clovis, he founded the monastery of Saint-Vincent-Sainte-Croix which became, in the heart of the capital, Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
The Germain are celebrated on May 28th.
Its derivatives: Garman, Garmon, Jermen.

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