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pauline

LANGUAGE FAMILY:
indo-european > italic > latin
ORIGIN:
latin 
NAME ROOT:
PARVUS > PARVULUS > PAULUS
MEANING:
This name derives from the Latin “Paulus”, which in turn derives from the Latin “parvus > parvulus”, meaning “tiny, small, humble, modest”. It is a common name in countries and ethnicities with a Christian heritage (Eastern Orthodoxy, Catholicism, Protestantism) and, beyond Europe, in Christian religious communities throughout the world. The name exists since the Roman times and derives from the Roman family name Paulus or Paullus - in particular in the Roman patrician family of the Gens "group of people, clan" Aemilia. Paul the Apostle, original name Saul of Tarsus was a Christian missionary who took the gospel of Christ to the first-century world. He is generally considered one of the most important figures of the Apostolic Age.
KEYWORDS:
BIBLICAL / RELIGION (SAINTS) / RELIGION (POPES)
NAMES DAY:
FRANCE January, 11
FRANCE January, 26

Usage

  • danishdanish
  • englishenglish
  • frenchfrench
  • germangerman
  • norwegiannorwegian
  • swedishswedish

Related names

VARIANTS
danish
paula, pavla, poula, povla, Pola
english
paula, paulina, pauleen, paulene, Pauly
french
paule
german
paula, paulina
norwegian
paula, pavla, poula, Pola
swedish
paula, pavla, poula, Pola
MASCULINE
danish
paul, pÅl, poul, paulus, pal, pall, paal, Pouel, Pauel
english
paul
french
paul
german
paul
norwegian
paul, pÅl, poul, paulus, pal, paal, Pauel
swedish
paul, pÅl, poul, paulus, pal, paal, Pauel
PET & SHORT FORM
danish
paulina, poulina, pouline, povline, pålina, Pouli
english
pauletta, Pauley
french
paulette
norwegian
paulina, pauli, Paulie, Pauly
swedish
paulina, paulin, pauliina, poline, poulina, pauli, Paulie, Pauly, Pouli

Use in other languages

LANGUAGES
bulgarian
pavlina
catalan
paula
croatian
paula, paulina
czech
pavlína, pavla
dutch
paula, paulien
faroese
paula, pavla, poula, Pola, Póla
finnish
paula, pavla, Pola
greenlandic
paula
hungarian - magyar
paula
icelandic
paula, pála
italian
paola
latvian
paula, Paulīna
lithuanian
paula, paulina
macedonian
pavlina
polish
paula, paulina
portuguese
paula
romanian
paula
russian
pavla, pavlina
slovak
paulÍna
slovene
paulina, pavlína, pavla
spanish
paola, paula, paulina, pabla
ukrainian
pavlina

Geographical spread (only living languages)

Popularity & Ranking

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New Age curiosities (only for entertainment purposes)

6
Numerological Values:
6

Number 6 is associated with nurturing, sympathy, balance, civic sense and responsibility. People with name-number 6 place high priority on family. They are also willing to shoulder responsibilities and execute them in the best manner possible.

Chakra Number:
6: The number of the Third Eye "Ajna"

Indigo is the color of the sixth energy centre - your third eye chakra. It is the color that opens the consciousness and brings awareness to higher planes and connects us with the spiritual world. Discover the hidden meanings within this deep blue color.

Color meaning:

The color indigo is the color of intuition and perception and is helpful in opening the third eye. It promotes deep concentration during times of introspection and meditation, helping you achieve deeper levels of consciousness. It is a color which relates to the "New Age" - the ability to use the Higher Mind to see beyond the normal senses with great powers of perception. It relies on intuition rather than gut feeling.

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Name Songs

Song Artist
L'ÉCLAIRCIE DE PAULINE ET PAS D'CASQUE
PAULINE GASTON MANDEVILLE
PAULINE AU TRAPÈZE JULIE SAGET
LES PATINS DE PAULINE /LE PETIT BÛCHEUX LA BOTTINE SOURIANTE
BALLADE POUR UNE PAULINE TRISTE MICHEL BERGER
LE REEL À PAULINE ROBERT CHARLEBOIS
JOHNNY HIT AND RUN PAULINE X
LE BLUES DE PAULINE YVON ÉTIENNE

Notable people and personalities​

Pauline Baynes (1922–2008) English Illustrator
Pauline Betz (1919–2011) American Professional Tennis Player
Pauline Bewick (born 1935) Irish Artist
Pauline Bonaparte (1780–1825) Imperial French Princess
Pauline Boty (1938–1966) Founder Of The British Pop Art Movement
Pauline Browes (born 1938) Canadian Politician
Pauline Collins (born 1940) English Actress
Pauline Croze (born 1979) French Pop/folk Singer And Musician
Pauline Cushman (1833–1897), American Actress And A Spy For The Union Army
Pauline Davis-thompson (born 1966) Former Bahamian Sprinter
Pauline De Rothschild (1908–1976) French Writer, A Fashion Designer
Pauline Donalda (1882–1970) Canadian Operatic Soprano
Pauline Ducruet (born 1994) Member Of Princely House Of Grimaldi
Pauline Flanagan (1925–2003) Irish Actress
Pauline Frederick (1883–1938) American Stage And Film Actress
Pauline Gardiner (born 1946/1947) Former New Zealand Politician
Pauline Garon (1900–1965) Canadian-born American Silent Film, Feature Film And Stage Actress
Pauline Gedge (born 1945) Canadian Novelist
Pauline Green (born 1948) Maltese Politician
Pauline Gregg (1909–2006) British Historian
Pauline Hanson (born 1954) Australian Politician
Pauline Holdstock (born 1948) British-canadian Essayist And Writer
Pauline Hopkins (1859–1930) African-american Novelist, Journalist, Playwright, Historian, And Editor
Pauline Jewett (1922–1992) Canadian Member Of Parliament
Pauline Johnson (1861–1913), Canadian Writer
Pauline Julien (1928–1998) Canadian Singer, Songwriter, Actress
Pauline Kael (1919–2001) American Film Critic
Pauline Koner (1912–2001) American Dancer And Choreographer
Pauline Konga (born 1970) Kenyan Athlete
Pauline Kumeroa Kingi (born 1951) New Zealand Community Leader
Pauline L. Davis (1917–1995) American Politician
Pauline Lafon Gore (1912–2004) Mother Of Former United States Vice President Al Gore
Pauline Lafont (1963–1988) French Actress
Pauline Marie Armande Craven (1808–1891) French Author
Pauline Marois (born 1949) Canadian Politician
Pauline Mclynn (born 1962) Irish Character Comedy Actress
Pauline Mcneill (born 1962) Scottish Politician
Pauline Melville (born 1948) Guyanese-born Writer And Actress
Pauline Menczer (born 1970) Australian Surfer
Pauline Mills Mcgibbon (1910 –2001) Canadian Politician
Pauline Moran (born 1947) English Actress
Pauline Nyiramasuhuko (born 1946) Rwandan Politician
Pauline O'neill (1865–1961), Suffrage Leader
Pauline Oliveros (born 1932) American Accordionist And Composer
Pauline Parmentier (born 1986) French Tennis Player
Pauline Payne Whitney (1874–1916), American Heiress
Pauline Phillips (1918 –2013), American Advice Columnist
Pauline Picard (1947–2009) Canadian Politician
Pauline Quirko (born 1959) English Actress
Pauline Robertson (born 1968) Retired Field Hockey Player
Pauline Roland (1805–1852) French Feminist And Socialist
Pauline Scanlon, Irish Singer
Pauline Smith (1882–1959) South African Writer
Pauline Stainer (born 1941) English Poet
Pauline Starke (1901–1977) American Silent-film Actress
Pauline Van Der Wildt (born 1944) Retired Dutch Swimmer
Pauline Viardot (1821–1910) French Mezzo-soprano