Name Devy - Meaning and origin

Name Devy - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:


Meaning of the name:

In Gaelic, the name Devy means "servant".


Devy or Devi Erlih was a French violinist and a French teacher.
David "Devy" Bedok is a French-Israeli football player.

His character :

Devy is an emotional and emotional boy with a certain magnetism. His life is influenced by feelings, and he often follows what his heart dictates. He is really happy only when he loves someone or is passionate about a particular subject that makes him feel useful to others. Being shy and reserved, he does not like to be in the limelight. Despite her erased attitude, Devy knows how to listen to those around her. He is sociable and open, and his smile brings a balm to the heart to his family or his entourage when they are sad. Intuitive and having a fine mind, he knows how to be tactful and diplomatic in difficult and delicate situations. Pacifist, Devy always looks for harmony. However, do not be fooled by his shy and submissive look. In fact, it's a boy with a strong character who hates lies. Frank and direct, he feels comfortable in clear situations. Devy is also brave and enterprising. Having a great sense of material realities, he takes every opportunity that comes his way.


Dev, Devan, Deve, Deven and Devin.

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