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Maxence

Maxence


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Maxence

  • From Latin maximus, meaning the largest.
  • Maxence is the name of a Roman emperor of the early fourth century. This name was in vogue at the French Revolution.
  • Sainte Maxence lived in the 5th century near Senlis. Remains, in memory, the city of Pont-Sainte-Maxence, in the Oise.
  • Yet worn by a Roman emperor, this name was for centuries exclusively female, probably because of his patron saint who was in fact a saint. This Irish woman who came to live in France at the end of the fifth, was killed by pagans. Today, he is mostly male and is a serious contender for Maxime.
  • His birthday: June 26th.
  • Its derivatives: Max, Maxime, Maximilian, Maximin, Maxine.