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Étienne

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Gender: Male Pronunciation: ay-tee-EN Meaning of Étienne: "garland, crown" Origin of Étienne: French variation of Stephen, Greek

The name Étienne is a boy's name of French origin meaning "garland, crown". Étienne and is often added to lists like Cool Boy Names From Around the World and discussed in our forums with posts like "Baby a Day".

From the experts:

Appealingly gentle and romantic French classic--with a lot more charm than Steve.

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Famous People Named Étienne

Pop Culture References for the name Étienne

Étienne of Navarre, character in film "Ladyhawke"
Étienne St. Clair, character in Anna And the French Kiss
Etienne Forcier, character in film "Now You See Me"

Comments

ooohmygosh Says:

2019-03-14T18:51:14

I live in a french society. Pronounced "EH-tee-enne"
Someone pronouncing it as "AY" makes me cringe. If you're using an acute accent for your baby's name and you don't speak french, please learn how to pronounce it or people who actually understand the language will judge that child lol

sofiaishere Says:

2018-05-01T04:26:37

It's a french name. If you think it is better for a girl, please do not use it.

sophiejade Says:

2017-02-04T11:02:11

I agree. It's a beautiful name, but only on a boy.

caetano Says:

2016-02-07T02:33:17

No. Use it on a boy.

caetano Says:

2016-02-07T02:32:36

Gorgeous on a boy. Hideous on a girl. Stop culturally appropriating names in the US and using it on the wrong gender. Have some respect.

caetano Says:

2016-02-07T02:31:51

erm, no. A lot better on a boy, since its a boy's name.

autumnreverie Says:

2016-02-03T19:08:53

Ugh.

june7rose Says:

2014-08-24T01:13:37

Sounds like ATM. It's feminine enough to be better as a girl's name.

unicornluvgirl Says:

2014-07-29T21:05:26

Etienne would be a beautiful girls name!

raevynstar Says:

2014-05-21T21:37:24

A really cool name for a boy.

KiwiMarie Says:

2014-05-01T04:08:08

Such a lovely name, but would sound a bit effeminate in the US. Perhaps it could serve here as a girl's name?