Spell Check of Genevieve
Correct spelling: Genevieve
Common misspellings for Genevieve:
- geneveieve (29%)
- geneveive (29%)
- geneve (14%)
- gevevieve (14%)
- genieve (14%)
Genevieve as a girl's name is pronounced JEN-a-veev. It is of French origin. Possibly (Old German) "white wave" or (Celtic) "of the race of women". Saint Genevieve, the patroness of Paris, was a fifth-century virgin who defended Paris against the depredations of Attila the Hun, among others. Actress Genevieve Bujold.
Related names: Guinevere.
Sounds Like: Jennavieve, Jenavieve.
Examples of usage for Genevieve:
3) This Sainte- Aurore convent, in the Rue Neuve Sainte- Genevieve, was a philanthropic refuge " for all young persons of honest parentage who are in circumstances where they run the risk of ruin." "Superwomen", , Albert Payson Terhune.