Ouste, little model girls and gentle gentiles ... place Sophie's nonsense or Denis' malice. With these names of scoundrels, you will put salt and adventure in your life. Let yourself be tempted ... deep down, they are nice!
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Denis Malice, you know? This little boy who keeps bothering and exasperating his neighbor. Want to adopt? ... him, maybe not, but why not his name!
The name Denis comes from the Greek "dionysos", meaning son of God. Called Bacchus by the Latins, Dionysus was the Greek god of wine and vine. A name to celebrate October 9 in honor of the first bishop of Paris in the third century.
With her hair in shambles and her barrette, Juliette is the little heroine of the comics of Doris Lauer, well known for chaining the nonsense. What will be the most beautiful of your louloute to you? Latin oulos, "whole, in the natural state", this first name is celebrated on July 30th.
Sophie's misfortune... from the Comtesse de Segur gave all her letters of "mischief" to this sweet name. Yet it comes from the Greek word sophia, meaning wisdom. A shame when we think of all the nonsense chained by the young Sophie. And if that name does not please you, you can opt for those of his cousins Camille or Madeleine, they too very naughty!
Sophie is celebrating May 25 to honor Madeleine Sophie Barat, the founder of the Sisters Educators of the Sacred Heart, in the nineteenth century.
Hey, who's going? If you fancy a lively and funny doll, think of Lou, the character of the comic of Julien Neel! Sure that you will not be bored to follow the adventures of your louloute!
Mixed first name, Lou is a diminutive of Louis or Louise, its etymology comes from the old German "hlod", illustrious, and "wig", fighter. Lou at the men's party is celebrated on August 25 and, for women, on March 15.
A good little devil ... it's him! The hero of the Comtesse de Segur, Charles, is a real scoundrel who plays trick-and-bolts to his cousin widow Mac'Miche. But, well, rest assured, with you, he will be able to show himself a real little hard to the tender heart.
Germanic karl, "manly, masculine," Charles is celebrating on November 4th.
No, but who is this rascal? Till the mischievous is a hero of the first half of the fourteenth century, famous for the tricks he plays to the nobles.
Original, this name comes from the Germanic till which means "skillful". Tempted?
Latin malitia, "crafty", Malicia is a relatively new name which did not belong until the beginning of the 20th century. The word mischief has long hesitated future parents until it takes the sense of clever, cunning ... you like? To celebrate with Alice on December 16th.
The little Nicolas is the little turbulent but full of tenderness of René Goscinny and Sempé. His name has cracked more than one parent ... will you resist his charm?
Greek Nike, "victory", andaos, "people", Nicolas is celebrated on December 6th.
Fancy a mischievous girl full of surprises ... think of Lili, a comic book heroine. Inspired by the Latin word lilium designating the "lily" and symbolizing purity, Lili also has a Germanic origin meaning "sweet" and "noble". To celebrate November 17 in tribute to Elizabeth, daughter of Andrew II and wife of Louis IV.
She is well known to the little ones Rita and her dog Machin! Being a chef is his dream and this white tornado loves to run and do nonsense while Machin would rather be quiet ... funny friends! A name full of charm for malicious future.
Persian margiritis, the "pearl", Rita is originally a diminutive of Margarita, Italian form of Margarita. His birthday: May 22nd.
First name of the Disney movie princess "Rebelle", Merida is characterized by her passion and impetuousness. A real tomboy! This name made followers after the release of the film. Normal, Disney names are often full of magic!
He is the little devil hero of Christophe Bertchy's comic book, an itinerant calamity! but, hey, he always knows how to be forgiven too ...
From Irish Gaelic niall which means "the hero" and English his, "the son", Nelson means "the son of the champion". To celebrate February 3rd.
Accompanied by his trusty tiger plush Hobbes, Calvin is the naughty hero of Bill Watterson's American comics. Crappy, like his name!
Latin calvus, "bald", Calvin is celebrating May 27th.
Ouch! This is a stir in perspective. Remember Benoît Brisefer, little hero of Peyo with a big heart ... but who just has a superhuman strength making him multiply the nonsense. Nothing can stop it ... except a cold! Are you going to be seduced by this name?
Latin benedicere which means "to praise", "to praise God", Benedict is celebrated on July 11th.
Attention, young outlaw in sight! If you fall for Billy, expect some nonsense with your kid ... but also tons of love!
Derived from Willy, diminutive of William (Guillaume in French), Billy means "the resolute protection". His birthday: January 10th.
You know Simon, the little hero of Puni-Cagibi ! Alain Serres? Envoy punished in the closet by his uncle Raymond at each stupidity ... that is to say often. An ideal first name for a budding budding buddy.
Hebrew Shim'on, "God has heard", Simon is celebrating on October 28th.
An ideal name for little guy in the grass no? Some see a Persian origin in this name which would mean "the owner of a treasure", others an Indian origin where he would be "the seer". Up to you !
This name is celebrated on the day of Epiphany on January 6th or December 28th.
Pierre is the little character of the bookCornebidouille who categorically refuses to eat his soup ... In this story of Pierre Bertrand, the witch Cornebidouille will come to visit him but the malicious will make him see all the colors until disappearing ... in the toilet. Rest assured, however, your little rascal will not have a heart of stone, even if this name comes from the Greek word petros, "the rock". The Pierre are celebrated on June 29th.
Here is another little bitch heroine of small well known for its nonsense! The assurance of not getting bored and having a girl full of "life", since that is the meaning of the Greek word Zoe. A retro name to celebrate May 2nd.
This original name means "rebel" in Hebrew or "saint name" in Scottish ... hope your love will be a clever mix of both!