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Gender: Female Meaning of Veronique: "true image" Origin of Veronique: French form of Veronica

The name Veronique is a girl's name of French, Greek origin meaning "true image". Veronique and is often added to lists like Cool Girls' Names—Rare, Unique and Unusual and discussed in our forums with posts like "Girls Makeover - Two Middles".

From the experts:

Veronica seems poised to rise again, along with many other V names, and with it may follow this more romantic French version.

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Famous People Named Veronique

Véronique Béliveau (born Nicole Monique), Canadian actress and singer
Veronique Branquinho, Belgian fashion designer
Véronique Françoise Caroline Renard, Dutch author and artist
Veronique Enos, American actress; sister of Mireille Enos
Veronique Vial, French-American photographer
Véronique Marie Line Sanson, French singer-songwriter
Veronique Marie Therese Antoinette de Chevalier (born Berenice Chloe Sztuczka), American steampunk MC, singer and dancer
Veronique Peck, French-American philanthropist
Veronique Marrier D'Unienville, Mauritian archer
Véronique Morin, Canadian journalist
Véronique Tadjo, Ivorian poet and novelist
Véronique Genest, French actress
Véronique Vendell, French actress
Véronique Michèle Jannot, French actress and singer
Véronique Mathieu, French MEP
Véronique Müller, Swiss singer
Véronique Silver (born Louise Isabelle Maria Puret), French actress

Pop Culture References for the name Veronique

"Véronique," operetta by André Messager
"The Double Life of Véronique," 1991 film
"Véronique," song by Pink Martini


Eleri Gwenllian Says:


This was Gregory Peck's French wife's name - very lovely in French but too much like "very unique" in English.