Maëlle

Maëlle Meaning and Origin

Maëlle is a feminine given name of French origin. Its meaning is often interpreted as “chief,” “princess,” or “sovereign.” Maëlle is derived from Breton, a Celtic language spoken in Brittany, a region in northwest France. It is a variation of the name “Maela” or “Maelle.” Maëlle is not extremely common but has gained popularity in recent years, particularly in French-speaking regions and among parents seeking unique and elegant names for their daughters. Maëlle is a name that evokes a sense of grace, strength, and regality. It carries a timeless charm and a touch of sophistication, making it perfect for a girl who exudes confidence and elegance. Famous People: Maëlle, a French singer who gained fame by winning the seventh season of “The Voice: la plus belle voix” in France in 2018 Maëlle Ricker, a Canadian snowboarder who won the gold medal in the women’s snowboard cross event at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

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