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Gender: F Meaning of Corinne: "maiden" Origin of Corinne: French variation of Greek Korinna Corinne's Popularity in 2015: #733

Corinne is one of the names that, it might surprise you to learn, has never been off the US popularity charts. Its most popular year was 1926, when it ranked Number 249. Though it has been fairly stagnant over the last seven years (the range during that period was between Number 795 and Number 729), the popularity of Cora could potentially drag Corinne along on its coattails.

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Famous People Named Corinne

Corinne Jacqueline Bailey Rae, British singer-songwriter
Corinne Mae Griffith, American silent film actress
Corinne "Conie" Roosevelt Robinson, sister of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt
Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne "Cokie" Roberts, American TV journalist
Corinne Day, British fashion photographer
Corinne Hermès, French pop singer
Corinne Ann Hollingworth, British TV producer
Corinne Vanier, French tennis player
Corinne Diacre, French footballer
Corinne Niogret, French Olympic biathlete
Corinne Bohrer, American actress
Corinne Calvet, French actress
Corinne Grant, Australian comedienne
Corinne Drewery, English singer of band Swing Out Sister
Corinne Bishop, daughter of actor Jamie Foxx
Corrine Pulliam Quayle, mother of former U.S. vice president Dan Quayle
Corinne Quayle, daughter of Dan and Marilyn Quayle

Pop Culture References for the name Corinne

Corinne Wyatt, character in the "Chaos Walking" trilogy by Patrick Ness
Corinne of Lyrian, character in the "Beyonders" trilogy by Brandon Mull
Corinne Foxworth, character in VC Andrews novels
Corinne "Third Degree" Burns, Diane Lane's character in "Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains" (1982)