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Meanings: A Penelope Wife of Odysseys White Shoulder Fionnula Dream Weaver Duck Hard Working Greek name, meaning unknown. Known for Penelope, wife of Odysseus from Homer's epic "Odyssey". Namesake: Penelope Cruz, Spanish actress.
Full form of Pénélope : Popular Normal Lively Opportunist Prompt Energetic
Pénélope is not a native United States and Pénélope may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
History of Penelope
In mythology, Penelope is the wife of Ulysses. She waited for twenty years his return from Troy and refused all suitors who offered to replace it. She promised to remarry when she had finished she embroidered large tapestry. But, she undid the work of the night and the day Odysseus returned. It is the symbol of fidelity. The "Penelope" will celebrate the day of Saint Nymph, martyr of the fourth century in Asia Minor.
Expression number of Pénélope is 6.
Pénélope have a great affection towards creativity, beauty and domestic activities of life. Pénélope are trustworthy, honest and behave responsibly. Pénélope have tendency to sacrifice their needs for others'.
Names that rhyme with Penelope Famous people named Penelope
Penelope Ann Shipley in Woody Island as Actress
Penelope Nice in Goodnight Mr. Bean as Actress
Penelope Stewart in Vigil as Actress
Penelope Mortimer in Bunny Lake Is Missing as Writer
Penelope Granycome in id-iology as Actress
Penelope Munday in The Fish and the Angel as Actress
Penelope Gilliatt in Sunday Bloody Sunday as Writer
Pénélope Leveque in La régate as Actress
Penelope Piper in POV Pervert 14 as Actress
Penelope Tree in Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel as Names like Penelope Penelope Namesakes Related Names: PenPenarwenPenciePendaPenderPendletonPenePenellaPenellopePenelopePénélopePenelopiPenelopyPengPeniPenielPeninaPenisimaniPenleaPenleighComments :Penelope ( Ancient Greek Πηνελοπεῖα ) is a female first name, derived from the name of the wife of Odysseus in the Greek mythology. The name is supposedly composed of the Greek words πήνη ( Pene = tissue ) and λέπειν ( lépein = tear, peel ). Patroness of the name of the Catholic Church is St. Penelope, who lived in the fourth century.
Famous bearers of the name are Penelope Cruz (born 1974) - Spanish actress, Penelope Lively (born 1933) - British writer, Penelope Wensley (* 1946) - Australian politician, Governor of Queensland (since 2008), Penelope Farmer (born 1939) - British writer, Penelope Spheeris (born 1945) - American filmmakers. - Thomasine Crume
Popularity of Penelope