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Gender: F Meaning of Rosalie: "rose" Origin of Rosalie: French variation of Latin Rosalia Rosalie's Popularity in 2013: #348

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Rosalie hit its apex in 1938 and then slid straight downhill until it fell off the U.S. Top 1000 completely in the 1980's, only to spring back to life in 2009 as the name of a character in the Twilight series. The beautiful vampire Rosalie Hale has breathed fresh life back into this mid-century name, and the fact that the character is both sympathetic and relatively minor means Rosalie has the chance to thrive again as a baby name without feeling unduly tied to Twilight.

For a long time Rosalie's main claim to fame was via the eponymous 1928 Broadway musical, which became a movie ten years later, both of which included a hit song.

Rosalie was used as a character name in literature by Anne Bronte and Oscar Wilde. In the primitive days of TV, Rosalie was the name of the daughter on The Goldbergs.

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Famous People Named Rosalie

Rosalie Duthé (1748-1830), French courtesan; called "the first officially recorded dumb blonde"
Rosalie Anderson "Andie" MacDowell, American actress
Rosalie Allen, American country music singer
Rosalie Selfridge, daughter of American/English entrepreneur Harry Selfridge

Pop Culture References for the Name Rosalie

Rosalie Murray, character in Agnes Grey (1847) by Anne Bronte
Rosalie Lillian Hale, a main character in the Twilight series
Rosalie Kelly, a main character in The Money Trap
Rosalie Selfridge, a character in the period drama Mr Selfridge
Rosalie - Song By Irish Rock Group THIN LIZZY

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