In French baby names, the name Camile means: freeborn; classy.
Camille is a gender-neutral baby name of French origin. If you are raising your baby spiritually, you will love the translation of this faithful name. Meaning “helper of the priest“, you can easily introduce your baby to the ins and outs of your religion, from being a ceremonial attendant to reading a verse or two.
What does Camille mean? Camille is a baby unisex name that is mainly popular in the Christian religion and has its main origin in Latin. The name Camille means ceremonial attendant, a noble maiden.
Camile is a variant of the French name Camille, derived from the Roman nickname Camillus.
We think both are nice sounding names. Camilla Parker-Bowles helped put this name back on the map in America, but Frenchwoman Camille has always remained a silent pillar on the US popularity charts. Camille is an all-around gorgeous choice for a little girl. It’s familiar, but not ordinary.
The name Camille was given to the heroine as early as a 1915 silent film, but it became widely known (leading to the increasing popularity of the first name in the United States). Greta Garbo’s Camille from 1936.
Camille origin and meaning
The name Camille is both a boy’s and a girl’s name of French origin and means “young maid of ceremonies”.
Camille is a name that implies a pioneer spirit. You are a born leader, highly focused and performance-oriented. Enduring difficulties trying new things comes naturally to you. Doing too many unimportant activities frustrates you.
‘Camille’ _ Camille’ is an upright deciduous shrub with thorny stems bearing pinnate leaves that are divided into ovate, toothed, dark green leaflets and large, heavily fragrant, fully double , quartered, pale pink flowers from late spring into autumn.