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Coralie

Heart
French from Latin
"coral"

Coralie Origin and Meaning

The name Coralie is a girl's name of French origin meaning "coral".
Coralie is a French name not often heard here, though she's gaining some recognition via Neil Gaiman's similar sounding spooky and lovely children's book, Coraline. Other literary appearances: Coralie is the stage name of an actress in Balzac's Lost Illusions, and a French girl in an 1850 Thackeray novel.

Coralie is currently very popular in French-speaking Quebec, and there is a contemporary French singer named Coralie Clement.

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Coralie Popularity

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Lists containing Coralie

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Famous People Named Coralie

  • Coralie BalmyFrench swimmer
  • Coralie Denise SimmonsAmerican water polo player
  • Coralie BickfordSmith, English illustrator
  • Coralie ClementFrench singer
  • Coralie ChaconFrench gymnast
  • Coralie Trinh ThiFrench adult film actress, author, and director
  • Caroline Maud "Coralie" BlytheEnglish actress and singer
  • Coralie FargeatFrench director
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Coralie in Pop Culture

  • Coraliethe premiere danseuse of Ludwiglust Court Theatre in 'Barry Lyndon' (1844)
  • Mademoiselle Coralie Brackhorse rider at Franconi's in 'Pendennis' (1848)
  • Coralie Sardiea main character in Alice Hoffman's "The Museum of Extraordinary Things"
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