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French baby names are traditionally saints’ names, but the French sometimes add a little twist by using hyphenates (think Jean-Baptiste or Marie–Élise). Très bon!
Abrielle is a gorgeous name that combines the grace of Gabrielle with the spunkiness of Ariel. Pronounced a-bree-EHL, it...
The descendants of the Arcadians settled in Lousiana and became known as Cajuns.
French: Adherent of a nobleman
If you haven't heard of Adalyn yet, you will soon. This name is on the move and doesn't appear to be stopping anytime soon...
French: Good humor, of the nobility
German: Of the nobility; the wife of Emperor Otto the Great and the name of an Australian city
Adele is a lovely blast from the past. It has a long history—there's Saint Adele and Adele was the name of William the...
French: Of the nobility; variant of Adelaide
German: Sweet or noble
French: Of the nobility; variant of Adelaide and Alice
Latin: Of the Adriatic
French: Born during Advent
From Alain le Gros one of the Fisher kings
French: Ray of the sun
Irish: Beautiful child
Meaning "noble," this too-cool-for-school spelling version of Alison adds a modern twist to a traditional name.
Alphonse and Gaston were two courteous comic strip characters created by Frederick Burr Opper, one of the most highly respected...
Latin: Lovable; Beautiful or loving
French: Unfading flower
French: Name of a count
Break through the sea of Emily's with Amelie. Pronounced like AH-mill-ee, this French name is beautiful and feminine and...