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Meaning: Yew, Archer.
Name day: 19 May.
Yves (French pronunciation: ​[iv]) is a common French male given name that is derived from the Indo-European root "iwa" which gave […]


Meaning: Yew, Cut wood.
Name day: 19 May.
Ivo is a masculine given name, in use in various European languages. The name used in western European languages originates […]


Meaning: Yew.
Name day: 19 May.
Yvon is a masculine given name, and may refer to: Joseph Charles Léonard Yvon Beaulne (1919-1999), Canadian diplomat W. Yvon […]


Origin: Breton.
Meaning: Yew.
Name day: 19 May.
Erwan is a masculine Breton given name. Notable people with the name include: Erwan Bergot (1930–1993), French Army officer and […]


Meaning: Yew, Archers bow.
Name day: 19 May.
Ivon is a masculine given name. Notable people with the name include: Ivon Bartok (21st century), Canadian film producer Ivon […]


Name day: 19 May.
Ivaylo or Ivailo (Bulgarian: Ивайло) is a masculine name of Bulgarian origin, often given in reference to the medieval leader […]


Name day: 19 May.
Yve is both a masculine and feminine given name related to Yvonne and the Gallic Yves, of which it is […]


Meaning: Yew, Little archer.
Name day: 19 May.
Ives is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Surname: Burl Ives (1909–1995), American […]


Meaning: Dark stone, Hill of stone.
Name day: 19 May.
Dunstan is not a popular first name. It is more often used as a boy (male) name.


Name day: 19 May.
Yvo is not a popular first name. It is more often used as a boy (male) name.


Name day: 19 May.
Iwo is not a popular first name. It is more often used as a boy (male) name.


A name day is a tradition in many countries in Europe and America that consists of celebrating the day of the year associated with one's given name.

The celebration of name days has been a tradition in Catholic and Orthodox countries since the Middle Ages. The custom originated with the Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic calendars of saints, where believers, named after a particular saint, would celebrate that saint's feast day. However, in many countries there is no longer any explicit connection to Christianity. The celebration of name days remains more popular in Southern and Eastern Europe rather than in Northern Europe. In each country, there is a different list called Name Day Calendar.

Some names can be celebrated on more than one day of the year like Valentina or Valentine being celebrated on the 25th of July and on the Catholic Saint Valentine's Day - 14th of February.