Genevieve has French and Celtic origins. The name is ultimately derived from the Celtic name Genovefa and can be translated to mean "white wave." In French, Genevieve is understood to mean "woman of the people." The name is also shared by Saint Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris. Genevieve has been steadily increasing in popularity in recent years.
Similar Names: Genaveeve, Gena
Famous Genevieve Names: Genevieve Padalecki (actress), Genevieve Morton (model)