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Caprice is the name of an American model. I can't stand her, she's so full of herself.
-- hana  1/27/2006
This is where we get our word "capricious" from, meaning impulsive and oft-changing.
-- Anonymous User  4/27/2006
This is not an Italian name! [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  9/16/2006
There's a car called the Chevrolet Carpice. I don't see it much these days, I think it's considered an old-person's car now.
-- Starla Roxanne  9/17/2006
This name is beautiful, but I like Capri better.
-- ars musica  12/11/2006
"Caprice" is also an English noun. A caprice is a sudden whim or fancy.
-- Elly747  2/10/2007
This is a name of a Flier of the Field (large butterfly) in Robert Newcomb's "Chronicles of Blood and Stone." Caprice belongs to Shailiha, the female Chosen One.
-- Emmasj  4/13/2007
Actually, this means "impulse" or "fickle act" in French, not Italian. The Italian word is "capriccio". Either way, the implications of this name are more negative than positive. [noted -ed]
-- lady murasaki  9/9/2007
This name sounds like an unfair sexist stereotype to me, and it sounds more like a pseudonym than anyone's real name.
-- slight night shiver  4/20/2008
This name sounds like a stage name for a showgirl, stripper, or even a prostitute. It doesn't sound like a name a person would give their child, and I apologize to anyone who bears this name if I've offended them.
-- erb816  7/21/2009
This name looks fake, ugly, and kind of snobbish and pretentious.
-- bananarama  7/29/2009
Since the meaning is 'whim,' I imagine this name belonging to the daughter of immature teenage parents. It actually sounds like a name, at least, but it does not sound pleasant. There are so many more positive names out there, please choose one of them!
-- Bazinga  12/22/2011
Caprice Bourret is an American model, actress, and businesswoman.
-- Anonymous User  7/19/2012
Tina Louise (aka Ginger from Gilligan's Island) has a daughter named Caprice.
-- Acajou  4/27/2014
A Caprice in painting is an architectural fantasy, and in music, it means a free-form, lively piece of music. It's taken directly from the Italian word for them, capriccio.

So you can also see this as a musical name, like Harmony or Melody.

Tchaikovsky has a beautiful piece of music, which in English is called "Italian Caprice".
-- AustraLiana  8/20/2014

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