Popular French names for girls and boys

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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Abella French Breath. F
2 Absolon French The father is peace, or father of peace. Form of Hebrew Absolom who was son of Old Testament King David. Became popular in the 12th century. M

3 Acel French Adherent of a nobleman. M
4 Aceline French Noble. F
5 Ada French Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
6 Adalene French Variant of Adela. F
7 Adalicia French Of the nobility. Noble. F
8 Adalie French Of the nobility. Noble. F
9 Adaliz French Of the nobility. Noble. F
10 Adalyn French Variant of Adela. F
11 Addie French Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
12 Addy French Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
13 Adela French Good humor. F

14 Adelaide French Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
15 Adele French Good humor; Of the nobility. Noble. F
16 Adelia French Of the nobility. Noble. F
17 Adelina French Of the nobility. Noble. Variant of Adela. F
18 Adeline French Variant of Adela. F
19 Adelisa French Of the nobility. Noble. F
20 Adelise French Forerunner of Alice. Of the nobility. Noble. F
21 Adelle French Of the nobility. Noble. F
22 Adelynn French Variant of Adela. F
23 Adilene French Variant of Adela. F
24 Adorlee French Adored. F
25 Adreanna French From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
26 Adriane French From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
27 Adrianna French From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
28 Adrianne French From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
29 Adrien French Variant of Adrian. 'From Adria.': (Adriatic sea region.). M
30 Adriene French From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
31 Adrienne French From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
32 Advent French Born during Advent. M
33 Afrodille French Daffodil. F
34 Agathe French Kind. F
35 Agrican French From the field. M
36 Ahndray French Variant of Andre: Masculine; manly; brave. M
37 Aida French Help. F
38 Aiglentina French Sweetbrier rose. F
39 Aiglentine French Sweetbrier rose. F
40 Ailie French Diminutive of Alison: A 13th century variant of Alice meaning nobility. Now particularly popular in Scotland. F
41 Aimee French Variant of Amy: Dearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. F
42 Alain French A form of the Celtic name Alan meaning harmony, stone, or noble. Handsome. M
43 Alaine French Dear child. F
44 Alair French Cheerful, glad. Variant of Hilary. F
45 Albaric French Blond ruler. M
46 Albertina French Feminine form of Albert. F
47 Aldrich French Old or wise ruler. M
48 Aldrick French Old or wise ruler. M
49 Aleron French Knight. M
50 Alexandre French French form of Alexander. M
51 Alexandrine French Feminine form Alexandre. F
52 Alexis French Feminine form Alexandre. F
53 Algernon French With whiskers, bearded. In Norman times, when most men were clean-shaven, this nickname was given two mustache-wearing companions of William the Conqueror, one of whom was William de Percy, founder of the aristocratic Percy family. M
54 Algie French Diminutive of Algernon: With whiskers, bearded. In Norman times, when most men were clean-shaven, this nickname was given two mustache-wearing companions of William the Conqueror. M
55 Algrenon French Bearded. M
56 Algy French Diminutive of Algernon: With whiskers, bearded. In Norman times, when most men were clean-shaven, this nickname was given two mustache-wearing companions of William the Conqueror. M
57 Alhertine French Feminine form of Albert. F
58 Alice French Variant of Adelaide: Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis', a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
59 Alisanne French Variant of Alice. F
60 Alison French A 13th century variant of Alice meaning nobility. Now particularly popular in Scotland. F
61 Alita French Winged. F
62 Alix French A variant of Alice meaning noble. also a feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of mankind. F
63 Alixandra French Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. F
64 Allaire French Cheerful; glad. Variant of Hilary. F
65 Allard French Brave; noble. M
66 Alleffra French Cheerful. F
67 Allete French Winged. F
68 Allie French Diminutive of Alison: A 13th century variant of Alice meaning nobility. Now particularly popular in Scotland. F
69 Allison French A 13th century variant of Alice meaning nobility. Now particularly popular in Scotland. F
70 Ally French Diminutive of Alison: A 13th century variant of Alice meaning nobility. Now particularly popular in Scotland. F
71 Allyson French Variant of Alice. F
72 Aloin French Noble friend. M
73 Aloisia French Feminine form of Aloysius: A French Provincial variant of Louis. Aloysius is the name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and common among British Roman Catholics. F
74 Aloysia French Feminine form of Aloysius: A French Provincial variant of Louis. Aloysius is the name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and common among British Roman Catholics. F
75 Aloysius French Variant of Louis: Famous warrior, from the Old German 'Chlodovech'. Aloysius is the name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and common among British Roman Catholics. M
76 Alsatia French From Alsace - a region in France. F
77 Aluin French Noble friend. M
78 Alyson French Variant of Alice. F
79 Alyssandra French Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. F
80 Amabella French Lovable. F
81 Amabelle French Lovable. F
82 Amalie French Hard working. Industrious. Striving. F
83 Amarante French Flower. F
84 Amata French Variant of Amy: Dearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. F
85 Amaud French Eagle ruler. M
86 Amaury French Name of a count. M
87 Ambra French Jewel. F
88 Ambre French Jewel. F
89 Ambrosina French Feminine forms of the Greek Ambrose. F
90 Ambrosine French Feminine forms of the Greek Ambrose. F
91 Amedee French Loves God. F
92 Amelie French Hard working. Industrious. Striving. F
93 Ames French Friend. M
94 Ami French Beloved. Dearly loved. F
95 Amia French Beloved. Dearly loved. F
96 Amias French From the Old French name derived from Latin 'amatus' meaning loved. In use since at least the 12th century. Used by 19th century British writer Charles Kingsley for the hero of his novel 'Westward Ho!'. M
97 Amice French Variant of Amy: Dearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. Also a French form of the Latin Amico, meaning friend. F
98 Amicia French Variant of Amy: Dearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. Also a French form of the Latin Amico, meaning friend. F
99 Amie French Beloved. Dearly loved. F
100 Amite French Friend. Friendship. F
101 Amitee French Friend. Friendship. F
102 Amity French Friend. Friendship. F
103 Amo French Little eagle. M
104 Amou French Eagle wolf. M
105 Amoux French Eagle wolf. M
106 Amy French Dearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. In common use after publication of American Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'. F
107 Amyas French From the Old French name derived from Latin 'amatus' meaning loved. In use since at least the 12th century. Used by 19th century British writer Charles Kingsley for the hero of his novel 'Westward Ho!'. M
108 Ancel French Variant of Ansel: Follower; one who follows a nobleman. M
109 Ancelin French Handmaiden. F
110 Ancelina French Handmaiden. F
111 Ancil French Adherent of a nobleman. M
112 Andray French Variant of Andre: Masculine; manly; brave. M
113 Andre French Masculine; manly; brave. M
114 Andrea French Brave. A feminine form of the Greek Andrew, meaning manly or brave, dating back to the 17th century. Feminine form of Andre. F
115 Andree French Form of Greek masculine Andrew, meaning manly or brave. Feminine form of Andre, masculine. F
116 Andy French Manly; brave. Variant of English Andrew. M
117 Anerae French Variant of Andre: Masculine; manly; brave. M
118 Ange French Angel. F
119 Angela French Angel. F
120 Angeletta French Little angel. F
121 Angelette French Little angel. F
122 Angelika French Angel. F
123 Angelina French Angel. F
124 Angeline French A French form of the Greek Angela meaning angel or messengerAngel. F
125 Angelique French A variant of Angelica meaning angelic. Angel; Like an angel. F
126 Angilia French Angel. F
127 Anne French French spelling of English Ann, a variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century. Famous bearers: 14th century St Anne; King Henry VIII's wives Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves; Queen Elizabeth's daughter Princess Anne. F
128 Annette French Variant of Anne meaning Little Ann. Variant of Hebrew 'Hannah' meaning 'Favor. Grace. '. F
129 Ansel French Adherent of a nobleman. M
130 Ansell French Adherent of a nobleman. M
131 Anselm French Variant of Ansel: Follower; one who follows a nobleman. M
132 Antoine French A french form of the English Anthony which is derived from a Roman clan name meaning highly praiseworthy. M
133 Antoinette French Beyond praise. French feminine form of Anthony generally associated with French queen Marie Antoinette, wife of King Louis XVI, guillotined during the French Revolution. F
134 Apollina French Gift from Apollo. F
135 Apolline French Gift from Apollo. F
136 Aramis French Fictional swordsman: (ambitious and filled with religious aspirations) from Alexander Dumas's Three Musketeers. M
137 Arber French Dealer of herbs. M
138 Arcene French Silvery. F
139 Archaimbaud French Bold. M
140 Archambault French Bold. M
141 Archard French Powerful. M
142 Archenhaud French Bold. M
143 Archer French A bowman. An English surname. M
144 Ariane French Very holy. Variant of the Greek Mythological Ariadne, who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. F
145 Ariele French Lion of God. F
146 Arielle French Lion of God. F
147 Arjean French Silvery. F
148 Arleen French Derived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name. F
149 Arlene French Derived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name. F
150 Arleta French A medieval given name. F
151 Arletta French Variant of Arlette: Derived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name. F
152 Arlette French Derived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name. F
153 Arline French Derived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name. F
154 Armand French Variant of Herman meaning soldier, or warrior. M
155 Arnaud French French form of Arnold. M
156 Aron French Lofty or inspired. M
157 Artus French Noble. M
158 Auberta French Feminine variant of Albert. F
159 Aubin French Fair. M
160 Aubina French Blond. F
161 Aubine French Blond. F
162 Aubree French Rules with elf-wisdom. F
163 Aubrey French Rules with elf-wisdom. F
164 Aubrey French Blond ruler, elf ruler. From the Old French Auberi, a form of the Old German Alberich meaning elf ruler. M
165 Aubriana French Rules with elf-wisdom. F
166 Aubrianne French Rules with elf-wisdom. F
167 Aubrie French Rules with elf-wisdom. F
168 Aubry French Rules with elf-wisdom. F
169 Aubry French Rules with elf-wisdom. M
170 Auda French Old or wealthy. F
171 Aude French Old or wealthy. F
172 Audra French Nobility; strength. F
173 Audree French Nobility; strength. F
174 Audric French Old or wise ruler. M
175 Auheron French A diminutive of the Old French Auberi. Auberon was the king of the fairies in medieval romance. M
176 Auhert French Noble. M
177 Aundray French Variant of Andre: Masculine; manly; brave. M
178 Auriville French From the gold town. M
179 Aurore French French form of the Latin Aurora, Roman Goddess of the dawn. F
180 Austen French Variant of Augustine. M
181 Austin French Variant of Augustine. M
182 Austina French Variant of Augustine. F
183 Austine French Variant of Augustine. F
184 Austyn French Variant of Augustine. M
185 Avelaine French Nut. F
186 Aveline French Nut. F
187 Avenall French Lives near the oatfield. M
188 Aveneil French Lives near the oatfield. M
189 Aveneill French Variant of Avenall: Pasture of oats. M
190 Avenel French Variant of Avenall: Pasture of oats. M
191 Avenell French Variant of Avenall: Pasture of oats. M
192 Avenelle French Lives near the oatfield. M
193 Avenil French Variant of Avenall: Pasture of oats. M
194 Avenill French Variant of Avenall: Pasture of oats. M
195 Avent French Born during Advent. M
196 Avery French Rules with elf-wisdom. M
197 Avice French Warlike. F
198 Avril French April. F
199 Azura French Sky-blue. F
200 Azure French Sky-blue. F