20 French baby names that are the epitome of 'trés chic'
Cheese, croissants, styling Breton stripes. You name it, the French do it and they do it well.
French children don't throw food (also according to a book), and somehow, French parents have mastered the art of sipping Sancerre during daylight hours and still never stumble about with a hair out of place. And guess what? You can add picking perfect baby names to that list too.
Here are a list of 20 ADORABLE French baby names to totally fall in love with:
Meaning: This is the French take on Evelyn, its history can be translated as "breath of life".
Meaning: A combination of Lily and Louise.
Meaning: A derivative of Coral. So pretty!
Meaning: A variant of Elizabeth.
Meaning: Like Solange. Pretty cool!
Meaning: Loosely translates to "angel."
Meaning: A chic, modern version of Marie.
Meaning: The Roman goddess of the moon.
Meaning: From the Greek word for “honey.”
Meaning: A Frenchified version of Cillian.
Meaning: The French form of Leander, meaning “lion.”
Meaning: Derived from the Latin for “oarsman.”
Meaning: A French spin on Matthew, it means "gift from God."
Meaning: The French form of Luke, it conjures up saints and Skywalkers.
Meaning: A shortened form of Sebastian, meaning “venerable.”
Meaning: Of Arabic origin (for "firm"), it first became popular in Tunisia before gaining steam in France.
Meaning: Receiver of life.