Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Coralie"

People with the first name "Coralie"

Coralie Abbott-Ramsay Coralie Abraham Coralie Alingrin Coralie Andy Coralie Bertrand Coralie Burnier Coralie Cadoret Coralie Cassady Coralie Chaponot Coralie Chaput Coralie Charland Coralie Chretien Coralie Cushman Coralie Dartigues Coralie Desnoues Coralie Donnet Coralie Drewniak Coralie Dreyer Coralie Dubi Coralie Dumoux Coralie Durieux Coralie Durussel Coralie Duthoit Coralie Duval Coralie Edwards Coralie Endean Coralie Eordogh Coralie Erbenich Coralie Etienne Coralie Farineau Coralie Faye Coralie Fayolle Coralie Flaswinkel Coralie Gainza Coralie Gandon Coralie Garaud Coralie Gaudry Coralie Gaveau-Durand Coralie Gelle Coralie Germain Coralie Germond Coralie Gervais Coralie Gros Coralie Guilhem Coralie Guillot Coralie Hamon Coralie Hernandez Gomez Coralie Herrmann Coralie Herve Coralie House Coralie Hurst Coralie Jaccard Coralie Jannin Coralie Jarguel Coralie Jourray Coralie Klaus Coralie Lajous Coralie Lallemand Coralie Laroche Coralie Logre Coralie Lush Coralie Narr Coralie Negre Coralie Norman Coralie Norris Coralie Oberer Coralie Ovenden Coralie Passet Coralie Pastor Coralie Pellissier Coralie Pereira Coralie Pham Coralie Philibert Coralie Pireyre Coralie Piron Coralie Pittet Coralie Post Coralie Pratt Coralie Pring Coralie Reiss Coralie Reiter Coralie Renaud Coralie Renault Coralie Reuter Coralie Revel Coralie Rey Coralie Robinson Coralie Roland Coralie Romero-Ordoñez Coralie Rose Coralie Rosereau Coralie Schaub Coralie Sylvain Coralie Teraiefa Coralie Tessun Coralie Vivien Coralie Wenger Coralie Zwarenstein Coralie de Meyer Coralie De-Villenfagne
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Information about "Coralie"

For this Coralie there are 2904 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Coralie are: Hird, Humblet

In the ranking of the most common first names Coralie is on position 2439.

Meaning of "Coralie"

Female first name (French, English): Coralie, English (Word format); corallium = the coral (Latin), until the end of the 19th Century in England emerged, comes from the vocabulary of jewelers; english 'coral' is from Latin 'corallium'

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