Friday, December 08, 2006

Guy (and Renée's ) first nappy change

3 comments:

Chantel said...

Good work Guy :)

Popa Pete said...

Renee is a common female name. Pronunciation: rε-'nei

* The word Renee can mean the following: reborn, born again
* There is often an accent over the middle "e" - Renée (feminine French spelling)
* Origin: Latin, French (verb: Naître, to be born)
* Related Names: Rene/René (male), Renata (female), Renato (male), Renea (female), Renay (male), Revivo (male), Renate (female), Ranait (female), and Renait (female)
* According to the US Social Security Popular Baby Names Website, Renee was in the top 100 baby names given to infants in the United States in the late 1970s and early 80s

and also said said...

The girl's name Louise is pronounced loo-EEZ. It is of Old German origin, and its meaning is "renowned fighter." Feminine form of Louis; French version of Ludwig. Louisa was more common in the 18th and 19th centuries. Saint Louise (16th century) was co-founder with Saint Vincent de Paul of the nursing order Daughters of Charity. Author Louisa May Alcott; actresses Louise Brooks, Louise Lasser.

Louise has 37 variant forms: Aloisa, Aloise, Aloysia, Eloisa, Eloise, Heloisa, Heloise, Lluisa, Lois, Loise, Lola, Lolita, Lou, Louella, Louisa, Louisetta, Louisette, Louisina, Louisiana, Louisiane, Louisine, Louiza, Lovisa, Lowise, Loyise, Lu, Ludovica, Ludovika, Ludwiga, Luella, Luisa, Luise, Lujza, Lujzika, Lula, Lulita and Lulu.