Baby names meaning grace
The word grace has a number of different meanings. It can refer to
a quality of charm or beauty that comes with little effort, in this
context grace is often noted in dancing, horse riding and other refined
activities. It can also mean a temporary reprieve, such as a grace
period. And it can mean being protected or loved by some divine force.
In ancient Greek mythology, there were the Three Graces who doled
out beauty and charm. It is used as an honorific title with a duke,
duchess, or archbishop, as in Your Grace. In the Tao Te Ching, it
advises us to accept as equal grace and disgrace.
The opposite of grace is tactlessness, disfavor, disgrace, clumsiness.
In German it is Grazie. In French Grāce, Charme. In Italian, Grazia.
In Spanish, Benevolencia, Merced & Gracia.
The most common name meaning grace, is of course, Grace. Other variants
are Gracie, Gracy, Gracella. The name is associated with the film
star Grace Kelly.
Some boy names that mean grace are: Aamin (Hindu), Dobromil (Polish),
Esmond (Old English), Fadl (Arabic), Hannibal (Phoenician).
For girls: Michi (Japanese), Mignonette (Old French), Beta (Czech),
Ghadda (Arabic), HeRan (korean), Kariss (Greek), Lian (Chinese), Rosanne
(Old English), Ting (Chinese) & Ruwayda (Arabic).
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