This first name, originally from Ireland, means Light in Celtic. When they are still in shorts, the children are calm, shy and need to be cuddled by their families. They are always looking for comfort within the family cocoon. They are also gourmands and gourmets. They do not like injustice. The Elouan love stories that highlight legends, myths. Their parents can give them responsibilities and also encourage group activities.
When they grow up, the Elouan are tender, idealistic, inspired and emotional. These men are also reserved, mysterious, even elusive. They are excellent diplomats who are good and interested in others. They are also listening and are good advice. As you can see, the Elouan have remarkable human qualities. Side-wise, they are endearing.