Sally


Sally
Provenance. Dérivé anglo-saxon de Sarah. Vient de l'habreu "sarah", signifie : "princesse" Se fête le 9 octobre.
Histoire. Très belle épouse d'Abraham, selon la Bible, femme de forte personnalité, elle partage le sort de son mari et le suit dans sa marche vers la terre promise. Elle eut un fils unique nommé Isaac que Dieu exigea en sacrifice pour éprouver la foi de son père.
Caractère. Ce qui les caractérise avant tout, c'est leur présence, leur prestance et leur autorité naturelle. Sous des apparences parfois hautaines, elles dissimulent une authentique timidité. Elles sont très sociables, aiment recevoir et adorent les réunions de famille. Ce sont des "fonceuses" qui mettent tout en oeuvre pour réussir. Elles sont généralement discrètes et douces. En amour, ce sont des femmes fidèles qui vivent volontiers dans l'ombre de celui qu'elles aiment.

Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons. 2013.

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