Genevieve
Origin/Usage
Germanic
Pronunciation
JEN-ə-veev
Meaning
Leader of the tribe
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Genevieve originates in Germanic languages and means "leader of the tribe". It was the name of a 5th century patron saint of Paris in Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Church. In the United States, Genevieve has been fairly popular as a feminine given name.

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Ginette, Geneva, Genever, Genevera, Genevie, Genevievre, Genevive, Genoveffa, Genoveva, Genovieve, Genoviva, Genovive

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Genevieve Bartole - writer
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Genevieve Rose - jazz artist
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Genevieve - singer
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Genevieve Letarte - writer
Genevieve Tobin - actress
Genevieve Amyot - writer
Genevieve Bujold - actress
Genevieve Foster - published author
Genevieve Vaughan - writer

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