Meaning : Moderation, Moderation, Self-Control,
Pronunciation : TEM per ense, TEM-prənts, TEM-pər-ənts ,
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Additional information Temperance:
Temperance Brennan, fictional herione from books and television ("Bones"), created by Kathy Reichs.
Temperance is a feminine name that comes from the English Vocabulary, from a word meaning ‘Moderation’. It is one of a group of so called ‘virtue’ names, along with names such as Hope and Grace. These names are favoured by Christian parents.
English Meaning: The name Temperance is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Temperance is: Temperance. One of the qualities adopted as a first name by the Puritans after the Reformation.
From the English word meaning "moderation" or "restraint". This was one of the virtue names adopted by the Puritans in the 17th century.
Definition funny of Temperance:
Temperance is the virtue of moderation and self-control in anything, but especially in indulgence in pleasures. Temperance, in the large sense of moderation or self-control, was the characteristic Greek virtue.
To consciously limit oneself in guility pleasures such as substances to make the individual "feel" better
A girl who is indifferent, sarcastic, and bipolar. The complete opposite of what her name means- 'moderation and self control'. She cares a lot about friends and is very loyal, but doesn't like to show it. She can be very proud, too, and doesn't like to accept help from others. Generally doesn't trust either. Might curse a lot.
You: You're bipolar. Temperance: No shit sherlock, what gave you the first clue?
Expression information Temperance:
People with this name tend to initiate events, to be leaders rather than followers, with powerful personalities. They tend to be focused on specific goals, experience a wealth of creative new ideas, and have the ability to implement these ideas with efficiency and determination. They tend to be courageous and sometimes aggressive. As unique, creative individuals, they tend to resent authority, and are sometimes stubborn, proud, and impatient.
Soul information Temperance:
People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.
Songs about Temperance:
The Temperance Lecture by W.C. Fields from the Album 100 of the Greatest Comedy Skits
Temperance Reel by The Williamson Brothers Band Tony Williamson from the Album Sill Light of the Evening
Temperance Reel (Instrumental) by Mark Howard, Ron Wall Alisa Jones from the Album Old Time Reunion
Temperance Aid - Improve Self Control by Binaural Beat Brainwave Subliminal Systems from the Album Temperance Aid: Improve Self Control
Temperance Reel by Jim Mills from the Album Hide Head Blues
Temperance Reel by Dave Hum from the Album Celtic and Bluegrass 5 String Banjo, Vol. 2
Sweet Sister Temperance by Rasputina from the Album Sister Kinderhook
Books about Temperance:
Temperance's Trial, a Novella (Virtues and Valor Book 1) by Hallee Bridgeman and Gregg Bridgeman (Sep 15, 2014)
Temperance and Treason by Alex Taylor Wolfe (Oct 12, 2014)
Bones Never Lie: A Novel (Temperance Brennan) by Kathy Reichs (Sep 23, 2014)
Temperance and Prohibition: The Movement to Pass Anti-liquor Laws in America (Progressive Movement 1900-1920:... by Mark Beyer (Sep 30, 2006)
Bones in Her Pocket (Temperance Brennan) by Kathy Reichs and Linda Emond (Dec 3, 2013)
Bones of the Lost: A Temperance Brennan Novel by Kathy Reichs (Jun 17, 2014)
Tras la huella de Cristo (Temperance Brennan Novels) (Spanish Edition) by Kathy Reichs (Aug 15, 2010)
Wiki information Temperance:
A temperance movement is a social movement urging personal moderation in the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Temperance movements typically criticize excessive alcohol consumption, promote complete abstinence, or use its political influence to...
Temperance is the espousal of moderation, marked by personal restraint. It has been studied by religious thinkers, philosophers, and more recently, psychologists, particularly in the positive psychology movement. Upheld as a virtue throughout time...