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Gender: F Meaning of Fleur: "flower" Origin of Fleur: French

Fleur is a generic, delicate flower name that emigrated into the English-speaking world when John Galsworthy bestowed it on one of the Forsytes in his celebrated saga. More recently, there was Fleur Delacour, a French witch and the Beauxbatons champion for the Triwizard Tournament in Harry Potter.

Fleur is currently Number 21 in Holland, home of the tulip and other fleurs.

As for the literal translation, Flower, don't forget that it was the name of the little skunk in Bambi.

Famous People Named Fleur

Fleur Fenton Cowles (born Florence Friedman), American journalist and editor
Fleur de Force, English makeup artist and YouTube personality
Fleur East, British pop singer
Fleur Houdijk, British actress
Fleur van Eeden, South African stuntwoman
Marie-Fleur "Fleur" Agema, Dutch politician and designer
Fleur Nicolette Andrea van de Kieft, Dutch field hockey player
Fleur, Duchess of Württemberg, b. 1977, daughter of Diane, Duchess of Württemberg

Pop Culture References for the name Fleur

Fleur Delacour - a character in the "Harry Potter" series.
Fleur Forsyte, character in John Galsworthy's "Forsyte Saga"
Fleur-de-Lys de Gondelaurier - a character in 'The Hunchback of Notre-Dame'
Fleur Pillager - a Native American character appearing in many of Louise Erdrich's novels
Fleur Flowers, fairy from TV series "Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom"
Fleur, character in BBC's 'Being Human'

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