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Gender: F Meaning of Brooke: "small stream" Origin of Brooke: English Brooke's Popularity in 2016: #172

Brooke has long projected an aura of sleek sophistication, and can also be seen as a stylish water name.

It was Brooke Shields (born Christa) who took it from quietly fashionable to ultra trendy when she was just a young girl; socialite Brooke (born Roberta Brooke) Astor gave it social status. Although Brooke peaked in popularity a decade ago, she's well liked enough to still sit at number 172.

Brookes have appeared on soaps like The Bold and the Beautiful" and All My Children, and on Melrose Place and One Tree Hill.

Chynna Phillips and Billy Baldwin have a daughter named Brooke.

Famous People Named Brooke

Brooke Green, dancer and model
Brooke Brinson, daughter of actress Kim Richards
Brooke Dyan Candy, American rapper and singer
Brooke Adams, American actress
Brooke Christa Shields, American actress
Brooke Hayward, American actress
Brooke Gabrielle Fraser, New Zealand singer
Brooke Lisa Burke-Charvet, American TV host and model
Brooke Elizabeth Burns, American actress and model
Brooke Marie Hyland, American dancer on TV's "Dance Moms"
Brooke Nichole (Adams) Tessmacher, American pro wrestler
Brooke Ellen (Bollea) Hogan, American singer and reality TV personality: daughter of wrestler Hulk Hogan
Brooke Marie Bennett, American Olympic swimmer
Ally Brooke Hernandez, singer in American girl group Fifth Harmony
Brooke Baldwin, daughter of Chynna Phillips and Billy Baldwin

Pop Culture References for the name Brooke

Brooke Lyn, character in webcomic "Eerie Cuties"
Brooke Gallaway, character on French-Canadian parody soap "Le coeur a ses raisons"
Brooke Penelope Davis, main character on TV's "One Tree Hill"
Brooke Logan Forrester, character on American soap "The Bold and the Beautiful"
Brooke Maddox, a main character on MTV's "Scream"


Brooke's International Variations

Bahr (Arabic)