Chantal is a French feminine name. Meaning "stone" or "boulder," the name was used as a surname, but is ultimately derived from a place-name. Chantal was first used in honor of Jeanne-Françoise de Chantal, a seventeenth century Roman Catholic saint who founded a religious order of nuns. For this reason, Chantal may also mean "song."
Similar Names: Chantae, Chandal
Famous Chantal Names: Chantal Strasser (swimmer), Chantal Goya (French singer and actress)