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Not sure on the meanings of all of these so you would need to look them up...
some tend to be the more popular due to the meanings so may already have them in your family.
Besides its enduring religious significance, veiling continues to play a role in some modern secular contexts, such as wedding customs. E, prior to Christianity, respectable women in classical Greek society were expected to seclude themselves and wear clothing that concealed them from the eyes of strange men.
The veiling of matrons was also customary in ancient Greece. Classical Greek and Hellenistic statues sometimes depict Greek women with both their head and face covered by a veil.
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When my grandad was alive, he always said my son's name was rubbish (Max) and he always called him Ibrahim(!
) (a good, strong name apparently lol) He never got to meet my daughter, as he and my grandmother passed away before she was born, but I would like to think that he would be pleased!
My DD is Leyla, when I was looking through the books, Leila & Leyla were both arabic origin, and spelled Leyla was Turkish origin, so I thought it would be quite nice to keep a bit of my family history going!
In 166 BC, consul Sulpicius Gallus divorced his wife because she had left the house unveiled, thus allowing all to see, as he said, what only he should see.
Unmarried girls normally didn't veil their heads, but matrons did so to show their modesty and chastity, their pudicitia.
A veil is an article of clothing or hanging cloth that is intended to cover some part of the head or face, or an object of some significance.
Veiling has a long history in European, Asian, and African societies.