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How to pronounce Irene i-re-ne What does my name mean?
Meanings: Peace Peaceful Palm Tree Greek origin, meaning: the peaceful, inspired by the Greek goddess of peace. Popular in Germany in the 20th century. Namesake: St. Irene of Thessaloniki, Catholic martyr..
Comes from the Greek "Eirene" Means: "peace" If Day April 5.. Irène work with favorites, and their whole life is under the sign of passion. Irène are guided by their great intuition. Stubborn, determined, it is impossible to make them change their minds. Irène have a will that nothing can bend. Positive, enthusiastic,Irènelead their family in their wake. Irène do not understand the weakness of others and are intolérentes.
Full form of Irène : Independent Rebellious Nonchalant Effective
Irène is not a native United States and Irène may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
Expression number of Irene is 6.
Irene have a great affection towards creativity, beauty and domestic activities of life. Irene are trustworthy, honest and behave responsibly. Irene have tendency to sacrifice their needs for others'.
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Irene Stokes in You Got Served as Actress
Irene Berrera-Kearns in The Real World as Names like Irene Irene Namesakes Related Names: Ire Ireal Irean Ireana Ireanna Ireatha Iredell Iree Ireen Ireene Ireion Ireka Irelan Ireland Irelyn Irelynd Irelynn Irelynne Irem Iremide Posts having Irene: Comments :Dixie Desanto Irene is a female first name. The corresponding male first name is Irenaeus. Greek-Latin, the Peaceful '( Greek Eirene εἰρήνη , peace'); comes from the Greek goddess of peace Eirene ( v. Irini from).
Comes from the greek εἰρήνη ( eirene ), which means " peace " ,"peacetime"  ; shares the ' etymology as Irenaeus and is meaningfully akin to many other names such as Pace, Concordia, Mira, Frida, Shanti and Salome. The name was common in the ' Byzantine Empire and, in general, has always been very popular in the' Christian East. In Italy it is well attested in the whole peninsula, except for the male forms, very low diffusion, limited to the North-Centre. In English the name did not become common until the nineteenth century.
Female: Irena, Erina and Male: Ireno, Irenio, Erino.
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