Louis

Louis Meaning and Origin

Louis is a boy’s name of French and German origin, meaning “renowned warrior.” It is derived from the Germanic name “Chlodovech,” composed of the elements “hlud” meaning “fame” and “wig” meaning “warrior.” The name has been anglicized as Louis, but it can also be spelled as Lewis. Louis has been a popular name throughout history, and it has been borne by numerous notable figures. Louis XIV (1638-1715): Also known as Louis the Great or the Sun King, he was the King of France from 1643 until his death. His reign is famous for its opulence and for establishing France as a leading European power. Louis Armstrong (1901-1971): An influential American jazz trumpeter, composer, and singer. He was one of the most prominent figures in the development of jazz music and known for his distinctive voice and improvisational skills. The name Louis continues to be popular in many countries and has a timeless appeal. 

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