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The Top 100 French Baby Girl Names & Their Meanings

Updated on 3 August 2021 • 11 minute read
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Overview

Many parents choose French baby names because they love France and its beautiful culture. 

In the US, the French girl nameCharlotte” is one the most popular names for babies born in 2020, according to data from the SSA (Social Security Administration). (1) 

If you also want to pick a French name for your baby girl, it’s always a good idea to check the name meaning.

The following are our top 100 choices for French baby girl names and their meanings to help you pick the best for your little girl.

 

Popular French Baby Names for Girls

Just like names in other languages, some French baby names are gender-neutral

Some originated as baby boy names but later became more popularly used as names for baby girls.

You can find pick a name for your baby from the following French girl names:

 

Adele

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Noble or someone from nobility
  • Variations/Synonyms: Adelyn and Adeline
  • Description: It’s a noble name for your baby girl.

 

Adrienne

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A girl from the city Hadria
  • Variations/Synonyms: Addriene, Adriene, Addrienne, Addie, and Adie
  • Description: It’s the French feminine form of Adrien.

 

Aglaé

  • Origin: French and Greek
  • Meaning: Splendor and beauty
  • Variations/Synonyms: Aglia, Aglai, Aglaei, and Aglaye
  • Description: It comes from the Greek word Aglaia which means beauty and splendor.

 

Aimée 

  • Origin: French and Latin
  • Meaning: The beloved one
  • Variations/Synonyms: Aimia, Aimee, Aime, Aimey, Amy, Aimy, Aimya, Amey, Amee, Aimie, Amie, and Amy
  • Description: It comes from the Latin name Amata which means “beloved,” and the Old French name Amée.

 

Albertine

  • Origin: French and German
  • Meaning: Noble and bright
  • Variations/Synonyms: Allbertine, Albertinne, Albertinee, Albie, and Alllbertinne
  • Description: This noble name also comes from the Old German name Alberta.

 

Amélie

  • Origin: French and German
  • Meaning: Industrious
  • Variations/Synonyms: Amelie, Emily, Amelia, Amely, Emelie, Amylie, and Amelly
  • Description: This name comes from the Old German name Amelia.

 

Anaëlle 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Favor or grace
  • Variations/Synonyms: Anelle, Anele, Annaelle, and Annaele
  • Description: It’s the feminine version of Anaël, a male name coined in the 1960s.

 

Annabelle

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Loving
  • Variations/Synonyms: Annabel, Anabelle, Anabel, and Annabell
  • Description: Created as a combination of Anna and Belle, this name can be a nice pick for your little princess.

 

Anouk

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Gracious
  • Variations/Synonyms: Annouk, Annouke, and Anouke
  • Description: This can be a good name for your gracious baby.

 

Antoinette

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Praiseworthy
  • Variations/Synonyms: Antonetta, Antonia, Antonine, and Antonella
  • Description: It’s another female form for Antoine or Anton.

 

Aubrey 

  • Origin: French and German
  • Meaning: The elf ruler
  • Variations/Synonyms: Aubray, Aubri, Awbery, Aubrie, and Aubree
  • Description: This name began as a boy name in the Middle Ages but has become more popular as a girl name in modern times.

 

Avril 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: April
  • Variations/Synonyms: Avrille, Avrile, Avie, Avrie, Avrielle, Avriele, Avvriel, and Avvrielle
  • Description: It’s a cool name for a baby girl born in April.

 

Babette

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: My God is my oath
  • Variations/Synonyms: Babete, Babbette, and Babbete
  • Description: This name can also mean “foreign.”

 

Béatrice

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A voyager or traveler; she who makes me happy
  • Variations/Synonyms: Beatrice, Bea, Beattrice, Beatris, and Beattricce
  • Description: It’s a nice name for an adventurous girl.

 

Belle

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A lovely girl
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bele, Isabelle, Isabel, Annabelle, Arabella, Annabella, Mabel, Izabella, and Isabela
  • Description: It’s a popular name that can be used as a real name or nickname.

 

Bernadette 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Brave as a bear
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bernardette, Bernediene, Bernetta, Bernadina, Bernita, Bernette, Bernarda, and Bernadene
  • Description: It can be a nice name for a brave little girl.

 

Blanche

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A girl who’s white and fair
  • Variations/Synonyms: Blanchette, Blanch, Bianca, and Blanca
  • Description: It’s a nice name for a fair child.

 

Brigitte

  • Origin: French and Celtic
  • Meaning: The holy or exalted one
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bridget, Bridgete, Bridgette, Bridgit, and Bridgite
  • Description: This name comes from the Celtic word “briganti,” meaning “mighty” or “exalted.”

 

Camille

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A girl in white or a young ceremonial attendant
  • Variations/Synonyms: Camilla, Cammille, Camia, Camile, Camilia, Camilya, Camiel, Cammyl, Camylle, Camill, Chamelea, Camielle, Camillia, Cammilla, Cammillie, Chamelle, Cammilyn, Cammyll, Camyle, Camil, Chamelia, Chamika, Chamila, Camyll, Kamille, Chamilia, Chamille
  • Description: It’s a charming name for your little one.

 

Capucine

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Cowl (a kind of veil or hood)
  • Variations/Synonyms: Capucinne or Cappucine
  • Description: Though a name for a piece of clothing, it’s also a popular name for baby girls.

 

Caroline

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A free woman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Carollyn, Carolyn, Carole, Carly, Carrie, and Carol
  • Description: It’s a female version of Carl or Charles.

 

Cécile

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Sixth or blind
  • Variations/Synonyms: Cecille, Cecile, Ceccil, Ceccill, and Ceccille
  • Description: It’s still a popular name in France and other parts of the world.

 

Céleste

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: The heavenly maiden
  • Variations/Synonyms: Celleste, Celeste, Celestia, Celesstia, Cellestia, Celestine, and Cellestine
  • Description: It’s a name that can be nice for your little goddess.

 

Céline

  • Origin: French and Latin
  • Meaning: Sky or heaven
  • Variations/Synonyms: Celin, Celine, Selin, Selyn, Celynne, and Cellyn
  • Description: It’s also a cute name for a baby girl.

 

Chanel

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Pipe or a girl living near the canal
  • Variations/Synonyms: Chanele, Channel, Channele, Chanelle, Channelle, Chanal, Chaneel, Chanele, Chanell, Chenel, Chaneil, Chenell, Chenelle, Shanell, Shanelle, Shanel, Shannel, Shenelle, Shynelle, and Shannelle
  • Description: It’s a simple name but popular because of its nice sound and spelling.

 

Charlotte 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A free woman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Carlotta, Charolotte, Carlotte, Carlyne, Charill, Carline, Charlet, Charlett, Charletta, Charlaine, Charlette, Charlisa, Charlotty, Charlita, Charlott, Charlyne, Charolet, Charalot, Charolette, Charo, Char, Lotta, and Charla
  • Description: It’s a female version of Charles.

 

Chloé 

  • Origin: French and Greek
  • Meaning: Flourishing or blooming
  • Variations/Synonyms: Cloeie, Chloee, Kloe, Cloy, Khloe, Cloee, Clo, Cloe, Khloey, Cloie, and Chloie
  • Description: It can be a chic French name for your baby.

 

Claire 

  • Origin: French and Latin
  • Meaning: Bright and clear
  • Variations/Synonyms: Klaire, Klare, Clare, Clarice, Clairice, Clairissa, Clairita, Clarabel, Clarabelle, Clarette, Claireen, Claireta, Claresta, Claribel, Clarinda, Clarine, Clarisse, Clarrie, Klara, Klare, Klaretta, Claryrissa, Cayrinda, Claryce, Clare, Clairette, Claryce, Claribelle, Cliara, Kiyara, Klaire, Kliara, and Kiara
  • Description: It’s the female form of the Latin masculine name Clarus.

 

Clementine

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Merciful and mild
  • Variations/Synonyms: Clementyna, Clementyn, Klementynne, Klementine, Klementina, Clemette, Clemenza, Clementya, Clementina, Clemency, Clem, Clemencie, Clemencia, and Clemence
  • Description: Clementine makes a charming name for baby girls.

 

Clothilde

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Famous in battle
  • Variations/Synonyms: Chlotichilda (German), Clotthilde, Clothillde, Clottie, and Clothie
  • Description: It’s a good name for a brave girl.

 

Colette

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Triumphant or victorious
  • Variations/Synonyms: Collette, Colletta, Collett, Nicolette, Collete, Collet, Coletta, Coleta, Kollette, and Kolette
  • Description: It can be a brave name for your baby girl.

 

Corinne

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A maiden
  • Variations/Synonyms: Korin, Coryna, Coryn, Corryn, Corynne, Corynn, Corrinee, Korinne, Karinne, Corrinna, Corrinn, Korina, Koreen, Karynna, Corrinda, Corrina, Corrienne, Correna, Corren, Corin, Corianna, Corinn, Corinee, Correen, Corina, Corinda, Corenna, Coreen, Carynne, Corrine, and Corine
  • Description: It’s a nice name for a precious baby girl.

 

Cossette

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Little thing
  • Variations/Synonyms: Chosette, Cosete, Cosette, Cossete, Cosset, Cossie, and Cosie
  • Description: The name is a chic name for a baby girl.

 

Danielle

  • Origin: French and Hebrew
  • Meaning: God is the judge
  • Variations/Synonyms: Daniela, Daniell, Danella, Danelle, Danyelle, Danyel, Daniyelle, Daniele, Danette, Danialle, Danie, and Dani
  • Description: It’s a brave name for little girls.

 

Delphine

  • Origin: French and Greek
  • Meaning: Dolphin
  • Variations/Synonyms: Delfine
  • Description: This is a playful name for a little girl.

 

Dominique

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Belonging to God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Dominika, Dominiqua, Domanke, Domenica, Domanique, Domineek, Domineke, Domini, Dominik, and Domenique
  • Description: It’s a nice name for a baby girl born on a Sunday, which is the “Day of the Lord.”

 

Elaine

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Bright, shining light
  • Variations/Synonyms: Eilanie, Alaina, Elaina, Elena, Alayne, Allaine, Alaine, Alayna, Elaina, Elainna, Elan, Elaene, Elain, Elana, Elane, Elania, Elanie, Elanit, Elanna, Elayne, Ellaine, Ellane, Ellayne, Laine, Laney, Lanie, Ellen, and Elena
  • Description: It’s for a baby girl who’s going to be the light of your life.

 

Elise

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: God’s promise or pledged to God 
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ellise, Ellis, Elisse, Ellisse, Ellyse, Elysse, Elyse, and Ellysse
  • Description: Elise began in the Middle Ages but remained a popular name in modern times.

 

Elodie

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A marsh flower or foreign riches
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ellody, Elody, and Ellodie
  • Description: It can be a sweet name for a little girl.

 

Eloise

  • Origin: French and English
  • Meaning: Wide or healthy
  • Variations/Synonyms: Elouis, Eloisse, Elloise, and Elloisse
  • Description: You can give your baby nicknames like Ellie, Lolly, or Lola.

 

Enora

  • Origin: French and Latin
  • Meaning: Honor
  • Variations/Synonyms: Honore, Enorae, Ennora, Ennorra, and Enorre
  • Description: It comes from the Late Latin word “Honorius” which means “honor.”

 

Esmée

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Esteemed
  • Variations/Synonyms: Esme, Esmeralda, Ismi, Edme, and Esmeralde
  • Description: It’s a good name for a beloved little girl.

 

Estelle

  • Origin: French, Hebrew, and Latin
  • Meaning: A star or crown
  • Variations/Synonyms: Esstele, Estele, Estel, Estell, and Esstel
  • Description: It’s a nice name for a baby who can be a rising star.

 

Eulalie 

  • Origin: French and Greek
  • Meaning: Sweet-speaking girl or sweetly speaking
  • Variations/Synonyms: Eula, Eulle, Eulale, and Eullalie
  • Description: It comes from the Greek word “eulalos,” which means “sweetly speaking.”

 

Faustine

  • Origin: French and Roman
  • Meaning: Fortunate or a girl enjoying good luck
  • Variations/Synonyms: Faustina
  • Description: It’s a nice name for a fortunate baby.

 

Fleur

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Flower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Fluer, Fleure, Fleurette, Fleurance, Fleurrie, Florrie, and Lafleur
  • Description: It’s a chic name for your baby girl.

 

Gabrielle

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: God is my strength and my hero
  • Variations/Synonyms: Gabbrielle, Gabbryel, Gabrealle, Gabraelle, Gabreal, Gabreale, Gabrell, Gabrial, Gabriala, Gabby, Gabriele, Gabrielia, Gabrialla, Gabriell, Gabriella, Gabriana, Gabriellen, Gabriellia, Gabrila, Gabrilla, Gabrille, Gabrieyelle, Gabrina, Gabryel, Gabryella, Gabryelle, Gabriele, Gaby, Gabie, and Gabbie
  • Description: It’s the girl name version of Gabriel.

 

Genevieve

  • Origin: French and German
  • Meaning: Tribe woman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Genaveeve, Genavieve, Genavive, Gene, Geneva, Geneveeve, Genever, Genevievre, Genie, Genivieve, Genevie, Genoveve, Genovia, Genovieve, Ginette, Genvieve, Ginata, Ginett, Ginetta, Gineveve, Ginevieve, Ginevive, Genovive, Guinevieve, Guinivive, Gwenevieve, Gwenivive, Jennavieve, Gennie, Ginny, Jenny, Genoveva, Genova, and Jenevieve
  • Description: It’s the name of Paris’ patron saint who defended the city (with just her prayers) from conqueror Attila the Hun during the Middle Ages.

 

Giselle

  • Origin: French and German
  • Meaning: Bright pledge
  • Variations/Synonyms: Gisel, Gisele, Gissele, Gisselle, Gisile, and Gisela
  • Description: The name also means “beautiful, just like the stars.”

 

Gwenaëlle 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Blessed and generous
  • Variations/Synonyms: Gwen, Gwenelle, Gwenele, Gwennale, Gwennele, Gwennelle, and Gwennele
  • Description: It can be a nice name for your new blessing.

 

Huguette 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Heart, spirit, and mind
  • Variations/Synonyms: Huegette, Hugete, Hugette, Hugeuete, and Hughette
  • Description: This can be a charming name for a baby girl.

 

Inès 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Chaste and pure
  • Variations/Synonyms: Inez, Inish, Inese, Innese, Innesse, and Ina
  • Description: It’s the French form of Agnes.

 

Irish

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Gift of God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Irris, Irrish, Iris, Airis, Airish, Airrissh, and Airrish
  • Description: It’s a beautiful name for a baby girl.

 

Isabelle 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Pledged to God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Issabelle, Issabel, Issabel, Isabbel, Izzy, Izabel, Izzabel, Izabelle, Izzabelle, and Isabel
  • Description: It’s the French version of Isabel.

 

Jeanne

  • Origin: French and Hebrew
  • Meaning: God is gracious
  • Variations/Synonyms: Jean (often considered a boy name), Jeane, Jenna, Jeanine, Jeanette, Janine, Jeannie, Jeana, Jeanetta, Jiin, and Jane
  • Description: It’s the feminine form of John.

 

Joëlle

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Yahweh is God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Joele
  • Description: It’s the French feminine form of Joel.

 

Josephine

  • Origin: French and Hebrew
  • Meaning: Jehovah or God increases
  • Variations/Synonyms: Josefa, Josefine, Josefene, Josepha, Josefena, Josephe, Josephene, Josephina, Josephyna, Josey, Josiane, Josianna, Josianne, Josine, Josipha, Yosepha, Yosephina, Jossephine, Jossefine, Jossie, Josy, and Josie
  • Description: This biblical name can be a nice pick for your baby girl.

 

Juliette

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Little Julia
  • Variations/Synonyms: Juliett, Juliete, Jules, Julette, Giuletta, Julia, Julie, Julietta, Julyet, Jullie, and Julieta
  • Description: It’s a chic name for a baby girl.

 

Léa

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Delicate
  • Variations/Synonyms: Lea, Leah, Lia, Liah, and Liahe
  • Description: It’s a sweet name for a baby girl.

 

Liana 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Tropical vine
  • Variations/Synonyms: Lianna, Lianne, Liane, Liannie, and Lianie
  • Description: It can also be a nickname for Elliana or Juliana.

 

Loane

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Bright
  • Variations/Synonyms: Loanne and Loannie
  • Description: It’s a playful name for a bright child.

 

Louis

  • Origin: French and German
  • Meaning: Famous warrior
  • Variations/Synonyms: Eloisa, Eloise, Louise, Aloisa, Aluisa, Lois, Loise, Lou, Heloise, Louie, Louisa, Loulou, Lovisa, Lovise, Loyisa, Louisetta, Louisette, Lu, Luisa, Luisetta, and Luisita
  • Description: It’s a brave name for a baby girl.

 

Lucille

  • Origin: French and Latin
  • Meaning: Light
  • Variations/Synonyms: Lucila, Lucile, Lucilla, Luccil, Luccille, Luccil, and Lucil
  • Description: It’s for the new light of your life.

 

Madeleine

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A high tower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Madelyn, Madeline, Madaleine, Maddie, Maddy, Madalaina, Madalyne, Madelaine, Madelena, Madelina, Madelene, Madelon, Madilyn, Madlen, Madlyn, Madoline, Mady, Mady, and Madie
  • Description: It originally meant “a woman from Magdala.”

 

Mahault

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Strength in battle
  • Variations/Synonyms: Mahaulte or Mahaultte
  • Description: It’s a name that evolved from Matilda.

 

Maia

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: A good mother
  • Variations/Synonyms: Maya, Maye, and Maiae
  • Description: It can also mean a good foster mother or dame.

 

Mailys

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Mother of lilies
  • Variations/Synonyms: Maylis
  • Description: It’s a nice flowery name for your baby girl.

 

Manon

  • Origin: French and Welsh
  • Meaning: Wished for child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Manone, Mannon, Mannonn, Mannone, and Mannonne
  • Description: It can be a nickname for Marie or Madeline.

 

Margot

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Pearl
  • Variations/Synonyms: Margaux
  • Description: It’s a good name for your precious little gem.

 

Marguerite

  • Origin: French and Scottish
  • Meaning: Pearl
  • Variations/Synonyms: Marguerrete, Marguerrite, Marguirite, Margauret, Margaret, Margarrette, Margie, and Marggie
  • Description: It’s also related to the Scottish Gaelic name Mairead or Maighread.

 

Marthe

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Lady of the manor
  • Variations/Synonyms: Marta, Martah, Marthei, Marttha, and Martthae
  • Description: It’s a noble name for a baby girl.

 

Maximilienne

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Greatest
  • Variations/Synonyms: Maxie, Maxxie, Maxximilienne, Maxximillienne, Maxximilliene, and Maxximillienn
  • Description: It can be a great name for your baby girl.

 

Mélina

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Honey
  • Variations/Synonyms: Melina, Melinna, Maline, Malina, Mellinna, and Mellie
  • Description: It’s a sweet name for a baby girl.

 

Mélisande 

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Strong worker
  • Variations/Synonyms: Melissande, Melissandde, and Melie
  • Description: It’s the French form of Millicent.

 

Michelle

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: One who’s like God
  • Variations/Synonyms: Mischel, Mechelle, Meichelle, Meschell, Meschelle, Meshell, Micaela, Meshella, Michaela, Michaele, Michaelina, Michaelle, Michel, Michele, Michelene, Michelina, Michell, Michal, Micheline, Michella, Mikaela, Miquela, Mischel, Misha, Mishael, Mishaelle, Mischelle, Mishayla, Mishell, Mishelle, Mitchelle, Mychelle, Mishcelle, Mitchele, and Myshella
  • Description: It’s the female version of Michael.

 

Mirabelle 

  • Origin: French and Latin
  • Meaning: Wondrous beauty
  • Variations/Synonyms: Mirabele, Miravel, Miravelle, and Miravele
  • Description: It’s from the Latin word “mirabilis.”

 

Monique

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Warm and wise
  • Variations/Synonyms: Monica, Monike, and Monika
  • Description: It’s a nice name for a baby who might grow up to be a wise woman.

 

Nadège

  • Origin: French and Russian
  • Meaning: Hope
  • Variations/Synonyms: Nadia
  • Description: It’s the French version of Nadia (Russian).

 

Natalie

  • Origin: French and Russian
  • Meaning: God’s birthday 
  • Variations/Synonyms: Nattalie, Nathalie, Natthalie, and Nattalhie
  • Description: It’s the French variation of Natalia (Russian) and is commonly given to girls born during the Christmas season.

 

Nicolette

  • Origin: French and Greek
  • Meaning: People of victory
  • Variations/Synonyms: Nicholette, Colette, Nicole, Nickie, Nicki, Nicole, Nicolett, Nicollett, Nicollette, Nicoletta, Nikolet, Nikolett, Nikolette, and Nikkolette
  • Description: It’s the French feminine version of Nicholas.

 

Noelle

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Christmas or born on Christmas Day
  • Variations/Synonyms: Noella, Noele, Noela, Noele, Noeleen, Noelene, Noelani, Noeline, Noell, Nowel, Nowelle, and Nowell
  • Description: It’s a feminine version of Noel.

 

Noémie

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Lovely or pleasant
  • Variations/Synonyms: Naomi, Naoami, Noemi, and Noemmi
  • Description: The name also means “good.”

 

Océane

  • Origin: French and Greek
  • Meaning: From the ocean
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ocean
  • Description: It’s from the Greek word “okeanus.”

 

Odette

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Rich
  • Variations/Synonyms: Oddette, Odete, Oddete, Oddie, and Odeta (Albanian)
  • Description: It’s a female form of Odo.

 

Osanne

  • Origin: French and Hebrew
  • Meaning: Deliver us
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ossanne, Ossane, Ossaene, and Ossaenne
  • Description: It’s the French form of Hosanna.

 

Perrine

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Stone
  • Variations/Synonyms: Perrinne or Perrinn
  • Description: It’s a female form of Pierre or Peter.

 

Philomène

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Friend
  • Variations/Synonyms: Filomena
  • Description: It can also mean mind, force, and strength.

 

Régine

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Queen
  • Variations/Synonyms: Regin, Rejine, Rejin, and Regina
  • Description: It’s a good name for your little princess.

 

Remi

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: An oarsman
  • Variations/Synonyms: Remmi, Remie, and Remmie
  • Description: It’s the female form of Remy.

 

Rosalie

  • Origin: French and Spanish
  • Meaning: Rose
  • Variations/Synonyms: Rossalie
  • Description: It’s the French name of Rosalia (Spanish).

 

Sébire 

  • Origin: French and Norse-Viking
  • Meaning: Prophetess or bright sea
  • Variations/Synonyms: Savir, Sabir, Sabire, Savire, and Cybill
  • Description: It’s a combination of “sae” (sea) and “beorht” (bright).

 

Séphora

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Bird
  • Variations/Synonyms: Zipporah, Sephore, Zippore, Siphora, and Sepphora
  • Description: It’s from the Hebrew name Zipporah.

 

Séraphine

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Fiery ones
  • Variations/Synonyms: Serraphine, Serafine, Serafina, and Serrapina
  • Description: It can be a nice name for a strong girl.

 

Simone

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: God heard us
  • Variations/Synonyms: Simonette, Shimona, Samone, Shimonah, Simeona, Simina, Simmone, Simona, Simonina, Simmonne, Simonne, Somone, Symona, Symone, and Cymone
  • Description: It’s a biblical name for your baby girl.

 

Solange

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Religious
  • Variations/Synonyms: Sollange, Sollangge, and Solangge
  • Description: It’s a good name for a baby from a religious family.

 

Sophie

  • Origin: French, Italian, and Greek
  • Meaning: Wisdom
  • Variations/Synonyms: Sopphie, Sofia, Sopphia, and Soffie
  • Description: It’s the French variation of Sophia.

 

Sylvie

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Spirit of the wood
  • Variations/Synonyms: Sylvia
  • Description: It’s the French version of Sylvia.

 

Valerie

  • Origin: French and Greek
  • Meaning: Strength and health
  • Variations/Synonyms: Valeria, Vallerie, Valleria, Vallerria, Valery, and Vallery
  • Description: It’s the French version of Valeria (Greek)

 

Violette

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Violet (flower or color)
  • Variations/Synonyms: Violet, Violete, Viollet, and Viollette
  • Description: It’s a sweet name for a baby girl.

 

Vivienne

  • Origin: French
  • Meaning: Life
  • Variations/Synonyms: Viviene, Vivein, Vivvie, Vivy, Vivvy, and Viviane
  • Description: It’s the French version of Vivian.

 

 

 

REFERENCES

(1) https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/

 

 

 

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