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Correct spelling: Genevieve

Common misspellings for Genevieve:

  • geneveieve (29%)
  • geneveive (29%)
  • gevevieve (14%)
  • genieve (14%)
  • geneve (14%)
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Genevieve \ge-nevie-ve, gen(e)-vieve\

Origin:
French
Details:
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.
Meaning:
Jennavieve, Jenavieve.
Variants:
Jenny, Gena, Genavieve, Geneva, Geneve, Geneveeve, Genevie, Genivee, Genivieve, Gennie, Genny, Genovera, Genoveva, Gina, Janeva, Jenevieve, Jennie.

Examples of usage for Genevieve:

  1. Genevieve the other one called her. "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories" , Charles Weathers Bump.
  2. You know Genevieve isn't going to get left. "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories" , Charles Weathers Bump.
  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.