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{{Base-w/Knack|title1 = Noelle Devereaux|full_name = Noelle Devereaux|age = *~11-12 (Nevermoor)|species = Human|residence = Silver District, [[Nevermoor]]|gender = Female|hair_color = Chestnut, thick|enemies = *[[Morrigan Crow]]
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{{Base-w/Knack|title1 = Noelle Devereaux|full_name = Noelle Devereaux|age = *~11–12 (Nevermoor)|species = Human|residence = Silver District, [[Nevermoor]]|gender = Female|hair_color = Chestnut, thick|enemies = *[[Morrigan Crow]]
 
*Anyone standing in her way of being in the Wunderous Society|occupation = Unknown|patron = [[Baz Charlton]]|knack = Singing like an angel}}Noelle Devereaux is a singer with the voice of an angel and was a candidate who placed out of the Top Nine during the Wunderous Society Show Trial. She was an antagonist in [[Nevermoor (novel)|''Nevermoor'']].
 
*Anyone standing in her way of being in the Wunderous Society|occupation = Unknown|patron = [[Baz Charlton]]|knack = Singing like an angel}}Noelle Devereaux is a singer with the voice of an angel and was a candidate who placed out of the Top Nine during the Wunderous Society Show Trial. She was an antagonist in [[Nevermoor (novel)|''Nevermoor'']].
   
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== Etymology ==
 
== Etymology ==
'''[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noellehttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noelle Noelle]''' and the French Noëlle are feminine forms of the male Noël, meaning "Christmas." It was common for children in the Middle Ages born just before, after, or on Christmas to be named this.<ref>https://www.behindthename.com/name/noe12l</ref>
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'''[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noellehttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noelle Noelle]''' and the French Noëlle are feminine forms of the male Noël, meaning "Christmas." It was common for children in the Middle Ages born just before, after, or on Christmas to be named this.<ref>https://www.behindthename.com/name/noe12l</ref>
   
 
'''[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devereux Devereux]''' was an indicator of a person from Evreux in France. This Norman surname was likely at some time to be derived from a Celtic word meaning "yew."<ref>https://surnames.behindthename.com/name/devereux</ref> Another possibility is that it is equivalent to the name Dyfrig (or Dubricius) where a saint of the same name's parish in south Herefordshire is found.<ref>https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devereux</ref>
 
'''[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devereux Devereux]''' was an indicator of a person from Evreux in France. This Norman surname was likely at some time to be derived from a Celtic word meaning "yew."<ref>https://surnames.behindthename.com/name/devereux</ref> Another possibility is that it is equivalent to the name Dyfrig (or Dubricius) where a saint of the same name's parish in south Herefordshire is found.<ref>https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devereux</ref>
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== Notes and References ==
 
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Noelle Devereaux is a singer with the voice of an angel and was a candidate who placed out of the Top Nine during the Wunderous Society Show Trial. She was an antagonist in Nevermoor.

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Etymology Edit

Noelle and the French Noëlle are feminine forms of the male Noël, meaning "Christmas." It was common for children in the Middle Ages born just before, after, or on Christmas to be named this.[1]

Devereux was an indicator of a person from Evreux in France. This Norman surname was likely at some time to be derived from a Celtic word meaning "yew."[2] Another possibility is that it is equivalent to the name Dyfrig (or Dubricius) where a saint of the same name's parish in south Herefordshire is found.[3]

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  • Possibly related in some way to the Devereaux's who founded/run the Devereaux Ladies' College

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Notes and References Edit

  1. https://www.behindthename.com/name/noe12l
  2. https://surnames.behindthename.com/name/devereux
  3. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devereux
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