Severine Meaning and Origin
The name Severine is a girl’s name meaning “severe” and is of French origin. It is derived from the Latin name Severinus, which means “stern” or “serious”. The name has been used in France and other French-speaking countries for centuries. In French literature and culture, Severine is known as the name of the protagonist in the novel “Bel-Ami” by Guy de Maupassant. Severine is also the name of a character in the James Bond film “The World Is Not Enough”. In recent years, the name Severine has not been very common, but it remains a popular choice in France and other French-speaking countries. It can be spelled in different ways, such as Séverine or Sévérine, but the most common spelling is Severine.