Acmé pronunciation - Meaning of origin

Acmé pronunciation - Meaning of origin

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Very popular in Roman times, the female name Acme is derived from the Latin "amatus", translated as "loved", and the verb "amare" which means "to love". In France, Acme has a growing success in the early 20th century.


No celebrity bears this name.

St. Aimee, a Christian nun also known as Aimee of Assisi, was the niece of St. Clare of Assisi. She was born in 1200. She was known for her penchant for worldliness and frivolity. A meeting with her aunt Claire at the convent convinced her to radically change her life. She died godfully 50 years later.

His character :

Acme is a young woman who exudes a subtle charm. Her delicacy and joie de vivre are contagious and make her very sociable. To reassure herself, she tries to please everyone, at the risk of being disappointed later. Sensitive and sentimental, she attaches great importance to friendship.
Also a perfectionist, Acmé works hard and efficiently in her professional life, while showing great perfectionism.


Aimee, Amy, Ammie, Amie, Amicie, Amaya, Amata, Aimie, Amata (Polynesian) and Amaya (Spanish).

His party :

Like Sainte Aimée, Acmé is honored on February 20th.

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