Genivieve meaning and origin
Outlandish Genivieve came from Celtic is used as a baby girl name is largely used in English. Genivieve is version of sacred, conifer and lofty Genevieve. Genevieve is version of Guinevere. Largely used in German and English outlandish, Genevieve is of Old Welsh and Germanic origin, meaning of Genevieve is "White Race, Jennifer and White Wave".
Variants of GenivieveNames that rhyme with Genivieve
Popularity of Genivieve
Genivieve is an uncommon baby name in still in use in United States. Also, Genivieve is a familiar name in Philippines. At least, 100 people globally have been given the name as per our estimate.
Numerological analysis of Genivieve
You don't have to struggle to get the things you want because you are born under a lucky star. Taking into consideration your communication skills and charisma, you won't have a problem to attract attention and spread awareness. Harmony and balance matter to you. When it comes to life goals, you are cautious and always plan precisely your next steps. To have no 6 as your soul urge number means you are focused on inner healing.
Go through the following names similar to Genivieve
- Leslie - Prevailing and All time favorite Leslie has its origin in Old Irish, Celtic and Hebrew languages bestowed upon both sexes and is used mainly in German and English, Leslie means "God is Fullness, From the Gray Castle or From Leslie"
- Tristana - Meaning of Tristana is Legendary Celtic Hero used for girls used mainly in Finnish, Icelandic and Swedish is originated from Celtic and Welsh
- Nile - Predominant and Ceaseless Old English and Celtic Nile means "From the Nile", a unisex name is used specifically in English and Malayalam
- Kenneth means Royal Oath or Good-looking used for both sexes has its origin in Old Irish and Celtic is mostly used in Gaelic and Scottish
- Keven - Well-Known unisex name Keven came from Celtic and Old Irish, meaning of Keven is "The Gentle or The Beautiful" is used in English, Danish and Norwegian
Namesakes of Genivieve
We could not find any notable namesake.