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Gender: M Meaning of Remy: "oarsman" Origin of Remy: French from Latin Remy's Popularity in 2016: #468

The name of a fifth century saint, Remy sounds particularly modern and attractive and is being revived for both boys and girls, sometimes as Remi. It entered the popularity list in 2009 and has quickly become one of the fastest-rising names on the list.

Remy came into the spotlight via the 2007 Disney film Ratatouille, starring an ambitious chef named Remy—who happened to be a rat. The name has also been borne by a variety of human characters in The Da Vinci Code, House, New Girl, and The Fairly Oddparents.

Remy de Gourmont was a French Symbolist poet, and Remy Charlip is a children's book author and illustrator.

Famous People Named Remy

Remy Thorne, American actor
Remy Hii, Australian actor
Loic Remy, French International Footballer
Jerry Remy, American baseball announcer and former player

Pop Culture References for the name Remy

Remy, main character in Pixar's Ratatouille
Remy Lebeau, secret identity of the X-Men character Gambit
Remy Delatour, character in Lifetime's Devious Maids
Remy, secretary of Lord Julian in TV show "Reign"
Remy Danton, character on Netflix's House of Cards