Names of the week #130

24 February 2018

8-12 prénom @christine_simplybloom

Photo : @christine_simplybloom

Lacking inspiration with your little one due in a few months? Don’t worry! Each week we put together a small selection of names for you: classic, retro, sophisticated, imaginative, timeless… there’s one for every taste. We’ve been inspired by our friends, our ‘it-moms’, our families and especially by you: here is your exclusive list!

Classic names

Corentin: A typical French name of Breton origin. More and more widespread in school playgrounds, Corentin is one of the seven saints of Brittany and founder of the city Quimper.

Augustine: A pretty name, soft and singsong which reminds us of  Marcel Pagnol’s Provence.

Modern names

Nolan: Of Celtic origin, derived from the name Neil, Nolan charms more and more young parents.

Lio: Original and imaginative, Lio fascinates with its soft consonants.

Retro names

Contant: Derived from the Latin Constans, this name never leaves you unmoved!

Julienne: A melodious, sweet and elegant name.

Names from around the world

Taharu: Very rare, Taharu is an original choice for a playful and smiling little boy.

Maëva: Unknown before the 1980s, this sweet name of Polynesian origin means “welcome”, a beautiful omen for a newborn!


  1. Flore
    24th February 2018, 12:55

    Pssssst…Maeve est aussi un prénom irlandais qui signifie l’ivresse 😉

    1st March 2018, 0:27

    Maeva est bien un prénom d’origine polynésienne qui signifie ” bienvenue”.

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