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Gender: F Meaning of Celestine: "heavenly" Origin of Celestine: Latin

Celestine is a pretty, crystalline extension (actually a diminutive) of Celeste that would make a choice that is both delicate and strong. It is commonly heard in France, where it currently ranks at Number 421.

Celestine was the name of painter Edgar Degas's Creole mother. Some people might associate it with the 1993 spiritual novel "The Celestine Prophecy."

Celestina is another attractive version.

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Famous People Named Celestine

Celestine Sibley, 1914-99, American writer
Célestine Galli-Marié, 1840-1905, French opera singer most famous for originating the title role in "Carmen"
Celestine Ann "Tina" Beyince, mother of singer Beyonce

Pop Culture References for the Name Celestine

"The Celestine Prophecy," a 1993 novel by James Redfield
Picasso's painting "La Célestine (La Femme à la taie)," often called Celestina.
Célestine, mouse in the French animated film "Ernest et Célestine"
Célestine, narrator of the French novel "The Diary of a Chambermaid" by Octave Mirbeau
Celestine, Holger One Qvist's girlfriend in "The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden" by Jonas Jonasson

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