This is the meaning of the names in the Carter family


Digital Millennium

Mexico city /

Beyoncé held this Wednesday, his birthday number 38 and since the morning her husband Jay-Z and your team they partied with her and sang “Happy Birthday”.

Today that the singer’s birthday, have you ever wondered where it comes from, its name? This is the explanation.

It’s called Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter and according to his mother-in-interview for Rolling Stones, its name is an adaptation of Beyince, the surname of his grandfather and the maiden name of his mother.

Beyoncé can have different meanings and one of these is: “The one who is beyond others.”

For their part, the children of Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir Carter, enjoy names with great meaning for the singer and her husband Jay-Z and they are the following:

Blue Ivy

There are different versions about where it comes from name of the small Blue Ivy; however it is said that must be the favorite number of Beyoncé: the four. This number represents the date of birth of Queen B and his union in marriage with Jay-Z; in addition to the birthday Tina Lawsonthe mother of the singer.


Two years ago, the mother of Queen BTina Lawson, revealed the reason for the name of the twin; Rumi takes its name from the favorite poet of his mother, Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi, who was popular in the THIRTEENTH century.

In addition, Rumi means “beauty, water channel and lapisázuli; terms broadly associated with the color blue, the name of her older sister Blue Ivy.


The name of the small comes of French origin and began to be used in the XI or XII century and it is regularly used as lord; however, in the United Kingdom, “Sir” is the title which the queen gives to a man.