Brice name meaning

Updated: March 18th, 2024
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Welsh, Latin and Old Welsh
Usage: English, English and French
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Brice b-ri-ce
Meaning: Strength, Valor, Son of a Nobleman, Quick-moving, From Brieuxtown, Speckled, Great Ambition, Pied, Spotted, Swift, Noble and Consideration
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What does Brice mean?

Brice is an English masculine name meaning "brave" or "strong." The name Brice is derived from the Old French word "brèche," which means "a break, breach, gap." It is also possible that the name has a Celtic background.

The name Brice is also of French origin, and its meaning is "speckled". It's a fairly popular name in France, and has been steadily gaining popularity in the English-speaking world.

There are a few famous people named Brice, including actor Brice Beckham and musician Brice Custer.

And while it's not a particularly common name in the United States, there are a few notable people who have the name, including basketball player Briante Weber and football player Brian Westbrook.

If you're looking for a unique baby name with French roots, Brice could be the perfect choice for you.

It is celebrated on November 13th.

How do I pronounce Brice?

The proper pronunciation of three syllabled Brice is b-ri-ce.

Variants of Brice

Bricius, Brychan, Breece, Price

Names that rhyme with Brice

How popular is the name Brice?

Brice was a popular name in France. Over 28309 babies have been named Brice since 1901. At its zenith in 1981, the moniker grabbed the 70th spot and 1210 baby boys were given the name.

But after 132 years, the name has lost its appeal a bit and is now ranking low. In addition to that, the first name has been in the top 100 baby names 17 times In United States, Brice was once a common name since emerging in 1882 it has been given to over 15569 babies.

At its zenith in 1988,. However after 156 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but it is still going strong. Moreover, the first name has been to

In Belgium, Brice is a unique name where it has been in use since 1995 and has secured the place in top 300 names.

In 2002, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 297 on boy names chart when 36 babies were named Brice. There are over 353 babies that have been given the name Brice in Belgium.

Brice is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 1996 and achieved its top ranking of 1425 in 2000.

But Brice is a popular baby name in Central African Republic where every 1 in 200 have the name as well as in, Congo, Cameroon, Madagascar, Burundi, Benin and Gabon.

According to our estimate, over 120000 babies have been named Brice globally.

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Brice in Nordic countries

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Here's what numbers has to say about Brice

You can spend a whole day on meditation instead of exercise and feel equally productive, or even more. You lack passion and wilderness. Nothing and no one can keep you amused for too long. Live a life to remember. Otherwise, you will definitely regret the opportunities you missed when you get older. Hanging around people who don't have a purpose or goal in life is not your thing. Relax, no one is forcing you to do things as other people do it.

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  •  Yann-Fanch primarily is used in Breton is originated from Latin, meaning of Yann-Fanch is "God is Merciful or Free Man"
  •  Lucasta has its origin in Latin, Lucasta means "From Luciana or This Name was Invented by British Poet Richard Lovelace whose Poem of this Name was Published in 1649" and is given to baby girls is primarily used in English
  •  Cor - Anomalous Cor has its origin in English and Old Norse is used in Dutch and English, Cor means "Friend and Friend of the Heart" is used as a boy name. Cor is short form of Corwin.
  •  Rinus - The boy name Rinus is used specifically in Dutch is came from Latin, Rinus means "Sea Which Belong and Of the Sea". Rinus is a diminutive of Marinus.
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Middle names for Brice

There are plenty of familiar and appealing middle names that fit after "Brice". Have a look at them:

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Sibling Names for Brice

Looking for the perfect name to complement your baby boy's moniker Brice? Look no further than his future siblings! Whether you're looking for a traditional name or something more unique, we've compiled a list of sibling names that are sure to inspire. From classic choices to modern picks, there's something here for every family.

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Famous people named Brice

  • Brice of Tours, 5th-century Frankish bishop
  • Brice Phillips, amateur radio operator in Hancock County
  • Brice Lalonde, former green party leader in France,
  • Brice Beckham, American actor most famous for his role as Wesley T. Owens
  • Brice Goldsborough, American aviation instrument designer at Sperry Gyroscope and later
  • Brice Hortefeux, conservative French politician
  • Brice Guyart, foil fencer from France
  • Brice Marden, American artist, generally described as Minimalist
  • Brice Mack, background painter and director
  • Brice Taylor, first All-American football player at the University of Southern California
  • Brice Armstrong, American anime voice actor
  • Brice Long, American country music singer-songwriter
  • Brice Jovial, French football striker

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