|Author:||SugarPlumFairy (Authenticated as SugarPlumFairy)|
|Date:||January 6, 2012 at 9:13:40 AM|
|Reply to:||Bellamy by bigbluenation|
It's a surname, ultimately from old Norman/French origin, meaning "fair/ beautiful friend".
It's not used as a given name in France at all, but if anything it should be male since the phrase "bel ami" is masculine. "Belle amie" (Belleamie?) would be the feminine equivalent.
claude, hadeline ("hadley"), honor, isemay, primrose, thomasina
benedict, everard, gratian, seeley, remy, roald, zebedee ("zed")
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