What does Kamille mean?
Kamille [kamille] as a girls' name is a Latin and Arabic name, and Kamille means "helper to the priest; perfect". Kamille is an alternate spelling of Camilla (Latin). Kamille is also a variation of Kamilah (Arabic). Kamille is also used as a derivative of Kamilla (Latin). See also Kami.
(female) Kamilke, Kemille, ..
(male) Kamiel, Kamilby, .. Middle name pairings:
Kamille Alanah (K.A.), ..
How popular is Kamille?
Kamille is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Kamille is an equivalently uncommon surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Kamille entered the list in 1991 and reached its apex rank of #989 in the U.S. in 2011, and is at #1185 presently. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent alternative forms of Kamille (#1185 in recent rankings) are Camila (#43 in recent rankings), Camilla (#374), Camille (#246), Kami, Kamila (#328), Kamilah (#1154) and Kamilla (#1542). Adoption of these forms of Kamille reached its peak less than a decade ago (adoption of 0.65%) and has remained as conventional to this day (adoption 0.63%, 3.2% less). Camila, Camilla, Camille and Kamila are four of the more contemporarily stylish baby names in this list.
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Aprille, Basille, Bazille, Cecille, Cyrille, Daile, Danelle, Danielle▼, Danille, Darelle, Dariele (see Daria), Darille, Emille, Ethille (see Ethel), Gaile, Halle▼, Hazelle, Jaelle, Jamilla, Jamille, Janeille, Janelle, Janielle, Jazelle, Jemelle, Kacie▼, Kadie, Kaelee, Kaelie, Kahle, Kailan, Kailee, Kaileen, Kailie, Kailyn, Kaitee, Kalae, Kalie, Kalilah, Kalla, Kalle, Kallie▲, Kally, Kamelia, Kammie, Karalie, Karielle, Karine, Karinne, Karlee▲, Karmelle, Karyll, Katelle, Katie▼, Kaylee, Kaylla, Keilie, Kemplie (see Kempley), Kilee, Lavelle, Lucille▼, Mabelle▼, Maelle, Maible, Marelle, Marielle, Natalle, Neille, Pamilla, Ranelle, Ranielle, Samale, Samelle, Tanelle and Teille. These names tend to be more frequently used than Kamille.See names in meaning and etymology.