Literary first names: Ophélie, Solal, Emma, ​​Phileas, Roxane ...

Literary first names: Ophélie, Solal, Emma, ​​Phileas, Roxane ...

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A small literary wind blows on some names, shaking the leaves of the novels to find names of heroes or heroines fascinating destiny. Ophélie, Solal, Emma, ​​Phileas, Roxane ...: origin, meaning, date of celebration, derivatives ... all about these 10 first names that will surely inspire you.


  • Female first name.
  • From Greek "opheleia", which means help, help.
  • This name was revealed in William Shakespeare's Hamlet, where the young Ophélie took the female lead ... before drowning. In England, however, this name was little given, if not in the romantic era, at the end of the nineteenth century. It did not really happen in France until the beginning of the 1980s.
  • His party : May 3rd.
  • Its derivatives: Ophelia, Ophelia (Germany), Ofelia, Ofelia (Spain, Portugal).


  • Male first name.
  • From Hebrew "solel", which means the guide, this name of Hebrew origin owes its fame to the adventure novel and love of Albert Cohen Solal, published in 1930, considered a masterpiece of French literature. Unusual, it remains a good choice if you are looking for originality.
  • His party : December 4 with St. Sol, priest and hermit died in 794.

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