1. Camille onebluelight / Getty Images Camille is a very popular gender-neutral name of Latin origin. 2. Maël/Maëlle nitimongkolchai / Getty Images Maël (Maëlle, for girls) is an old name from Brittany that means "prince." 3. Marcel AGrigorjeva / Getty Images Marcel comes from the Latin word "marcus" which means "dedicated to the god Mars." 4. Chloé Getty Images One of the most popular names in France thanks to the book Froth on the Daydream, whose heroine is named Chloé. The name comes from the Greek and was another name given to Demeter, the goddess of the harvest. 5. Manon ozgurdonmaz / Getty Images Like Marie, Manon comes from the Hebrew name Myriam. It's the name of a character played by Emmanuelle Béart in Manon of the Spring, a 1986 critically acclaimed movie. 6. Margaux szefei / Getty Images Like the name Margaret, Margaux comes from the Latin "margarita" which means "pearl." 7. Daphné Getty Images Daphné comes from the Greek "daphnê" which means "laurels." 8. Erwan monkeybusinessimages / Getty Images Another name from Brittany. Erwan comes from the Celtic word "aerouant" which means "dragon." 9. Océane Bodler / gettyimages.com Océane comes from "océan," which means ocean in French. It's been a popular name for girls in France since the '90s. 10. Gaël/Gaëlle FamVeld / Getty Images Gaël, and its feminine counterpart Gaëlle, is another Celtic name from Brittany that's very popular in France. 11. Céleste AGrigorjeva / Getty Images Céleste means celestial in French. 12. Delphine Getty Images Delphine comes from the Latin "delphinus" which means "dolphin." 13. Anaïs GeorgeRudy / Getty Images Anaïs is derived from "Hannah," which means grace in Hebrew. It's also the name of literary legend Anaïs Nin. 14. Anouk DONOT6 / Getty Images Anouk comes from the Hebrew name "Hannah" which means "grace." It's the name of famous French actress Anouk Aimée, who played in A Man and a Woman and 8½. 15. Lou Getty Images While it's mostly a boy name in the US, Lou is a girl name in France. Like Louis, it comes from the German Hludowig, which means "glory" and "fight." 16. Noé FamVeld / Getty Images Noé is the French version of Noah. Like its English counterpart, Noé comes from the Hebrew name "Noach" which means "rest" and "comfort." 17. Joséphine HanyBahgat / Getty Images Joséphine is the feminine form of Joseph. 18. Alizée FamVeld / Getty Images Alizée comes from the name of a tropical wind called "Alizé." 19. Raphaël katrinaelena / Getty Images Raphaël means "God heals" in Hebrew. 20. Nolwenn Denniro / Getty Images This girl name is another popular baby name from Brittany. 21. Émile GeorgeRudy / Getty Images Émile comes from the Latin "aemelus" which means "rival." It is the name of famous French writer Émile Zola. 22. Capucine shironosov / Getty Images Capucine is a beautiful old French name and the name of a pretty flower called Tropaeolum majus in English. 23. Gaspard AGrigorjeva / Getty Images An old-school French name that's become trendy again over the past few years, Gaspard is the name of one of the three wise men who are said to have visited Jesus after his birth. 24. Clémence Getty Images Clémence comes from the Latin "clemens" which means "merciful" and "kind."