Saint Fillan


Saint Fillan

Fillan

Fillan est un prénom masculin écossais.

Etymologie

  • Provient sans doute du gaélique faol signifiant loup suivi d'un diminutif.

Saint

Source

  • Tous les Prénoms celtiques d'Alain Stéphan - Éditions Jean-Paul Gisserot - Collection Terre des Celtes (ISBN 2877473953)
  • Portail de l’Écosse Portail de l’Écosse
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