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Gender: Female Origin of Sandrine: French variation of Alexandra Meaning of Alexandra: Greek, feminine form of Alexander, "defending men"

The name Sandrine is a girl's name of French origin. Sandrine and is often added to lists like Cool Girl Names From Around the World and discussed in our forums with posts like "Pick 5 (GIRLS)".

From the experts:

Sophisticated French choice. Or toxic petrochemical.

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Famous People Named Sandrine

Sandrine Holt, Canadian actress
Sandrine Testud, French tennis player
Sandrine Bonnaire, French actress and director
Sandrine, Australian singer-songwriter of pop music.
Sandrine Bailly, French Olympic biathlete
Sandrine Blancke, Belgian actress
Sandrine Corman, Belgian model
Sandrine Erdely-Sayo, French pianist
Sandrine François, French singer
Sandrine Kiberlain, French actress
Sandrine Piau, French opera singer
Sandrine Veysset, French film director
Sandrine Pinna, Taiwanese actress
Sandrine Mainville, Canadian swimmer

Pop Culture References for the name Sandrine

Sandrine, debated as a baby name on TV's "Friends," where Ross calls it an "industrial solvent."
Sandrine Renault, character on TV's "Hostages"
Sandrine, character in the play 'Almost, Maine'
Sandrine Castillo, character on "How to Get Away with Murder"

Sandrina, Sandrianna, Sandreana, Sandrene, Sandrenna


Daiseymae Says:


I have met someone named Sandrine. She was from Haiti, and it is a French name.

headintheclouds Says:


I don't think Sandrine sounds like a chemical at all :b It's really lovely and serene; Sandrine sounds very grounded and strong, also chic and stylishly understated to me. I don't know where I got this association since I have no idea of this name's popularity in France/Europe (probably because I hardly hear of it?) but I've always thought this was more old-fashioned over there and just around the world in general. I would love to meet a real-life Sandrine though!

danirose01 Says:


I first read "sardine"

Maebear Says:


That's a really nice name...for an industrial solvent......
- Ross Gellar, Friends.

snowsbeloved Says:


I have a weird crush on this name. Will never ever use it but I think it's lovely!