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Name Adrian - Meaning and origin

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Meaning of the name:

Derived from Adrien. Latin Adrianus, name of a Roman family from the city of Adria, to which the Adriatic Sea also owes its name. Adrian is celebrating on September 8 with Adrien. At the beginning of the fourth century, St. Adrian was a Roman soldier in Asia Minor under the reign of Diocletian. He was in charge of supervising the Christians imprisoned on the order of the emperor. Impressed by their faith, he converted and was baptized with his wife Nathalie.

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