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Page 1/3. 50 France names and what they mean, for france for baby boys, listing 1-20. Here is the list of French names for girls.
Aldrich .. Saint Aldric (ninth century) was a bishop of Le Mans, France ..
Aloysius .. Sixteen kings of France bore the French form of this name, Louis.
Anatole .. French novelist Anatole France.
Bevis .. Place name: Beauvais is a town in France famous for the manufacture of tapestries ..
Blaise .. The name is popular in France.
Bourbon .. Originally the surname of the royal family of France and Spain.
Boyne .. Also a historic place name in Ireland: at the 1690 Battle of the Boyne, the Protestant King William III defeated the Catholic King James II, who fled to France, thus allowing the firm establishment of the Protestant monarchy.
Brett .. Transferred use of the surname, which originated in the Middle Ages as an ethnic name for a native of Brittany (France), or Britain (England) ..
Calum .. His contemporary, Saint Columban, also Irish, was a missionary in France, Switzerland, and Italy ..
Cedric .. The name later acquired a "sissy" image due to Cedric Errol Fauntleroy, the long-haired, velvet-suited boy hero of Frances Hodgson Burnett's 1886 novel "Little Lord Fauntleroy" ..
Charles .. He united France and much of central Europe ..
Chevalier .. A chevalier is a member of certain male orders of knighthood or merit, such as the Legion of Honor in France.
Claude .. Popular in France (where it is sometimes used as a girl's name) due to the fame of seventh-century Saint Claude of Besanšon ..
Courtney .. Surname and place name, originally a Norman baronial name from places in Northen France called Courtenay ..
Dax .. A town in southwestern France that dates from before the days of the Roman occupation ..
Denis .. Saint Denis (third century) was the first bishop of Paris and is the patron saint of France ..
Desiderio .. Saint Desiderius was a seventh-century bishop and martyr in France ..
Deverell .. Also a variant of Devereux, referring to a place in France.
Evian .. Usage may be as a variant of Evan, influenced by the town in France famous for Evian springwater ..
Fiachra .. Name of a seventh-century Irish saint and missionary who built a hospice in France and is patron of gardeners ..
Brett, Cedric, Charles, Claude, Courtney and Denis are commonly used names, while Aldrich, Aloysius, Anatole, Bevis, Blaise, Bourbon, Boyne, Calum, Chevalier, Dax, Desiderio, Deverell, Evian and Fiachra are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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