17 Unique European Baby Names Taking Over The U.S.
Cue the adorable baby pictures, its baby season. It seems like every time I’m scrolling down my news feed someone is either having a baby or announcing they are pregnant. It is enough to send a rush of baby fever through my veins. Here are 17 French inspired baby names that are about to takeover the states:
Meaning: The French form of Leander, meaning “lion.”
Meaning: From the Greek word for “honey.”
Meaning: A French version of the Irish name Cillian.
Meaning: The Roman goddess of the moon.
Meaning: Derived from the Latin for “oarsman.”
Meaning: A modern, chic version of Marie.
Meaning: Translates to “angel.”
Meaning: “A gift from God,” a French spin o Matthew.
Meaning: Very hip, and sure to make a splash
Meaning: The French form of Luke.
Meaning: A variant of Elizabeth, perfect fit for a princess
Meaning: “venerable,” a shortened take on Sebastian.
Meaning: A derivative of the name Coral.
Meaning: First becoming popular in Tunisia before gaining steam in France, the Arabic origin means, “firm”.
Meaning: A unique combination of Lily and Louise
Meaning: A take on Evelyn to translate to “breath of life.”