By Florence Le Bras
Le plus grand nombre de prénoms jamais rassemblé !
Une liste exhaustive, avec l’histoire et l. a. signification des prénoms du monde entier, sous forme de dictionnaire.
Ce livre est composé de 2 events classées par ordre alphabétique : les prénoms garçons et les prénoms filles. Pour chaque prénom, l’auteur retrace son origine, sa signification, sa référence à un personnage célèbre et ses différentes traductions.
Florence le Bras est journaliste spécialisée dans les faits de société. Elle a notamment publié chez Marabout Prénoms et origines, l. a. bible des prénoms, et Le Grand Livre des prénoms.
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