Marie-Chantal name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Hebrew and French
Meaning: Princess of the Sea
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What does Marie-Chantal mean?

Origin of Marie-Chantal is in Hebrew and French bestowed upon baby girls, meaning of Marie-Chantal is "Princess of the Sea".. Marie-Chantal is celebrated on August 15 or December 1.

How popular is the name Marie-Chantal?

Marie-Chantal was a common name in France. Over 4862 babies have been named Marie-Chantal since 1931. At the peak of its usage in 1956,. After 55 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts.

Marie-Chantal is a common name in DR Congo while somewhat familiar name in Ivory Coast, Canada and Belgium. As per our evaluation, over 7000 babies have been bestowed Marie-Chantal around the globe.

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Famous people named Marie-Chantal

  • Marie-Chantal Toupin, Quebec musician
  • In 2002 comedy and drama flick, La mystérieuse mademoiselle C., Marie-Chantal Perron played Mademoiselle Charlotte.

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