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D.H. Lawrence's infamous Lady Chatterly's first name was Constance.
-- ellery23  10/23/2005
Constance! So unusual, so uncommon, so cool!
-- AndrewJKD  11/3/2005
Also the name of Oscar Wilde's wife.
-- purplesheep  11/30/2005
I like this name a lot! I think of a strong and determined woman when I hear this name.
-- MusicRat  12/21/2005
Constance Mackenzie is a character in the novel Peyton Place.
-- Anonymous User  1/18/2006
I am an original Constance. Born in the 1970's, my daddy named me so that I would have a strong, unforgetable name. It looks great on paper too! lol
-- constancel  1/20/2006
Wendy Kilbourne's character on North and South (1985) is Constance Flynn Hazard. That's where I first heard of the name Constance and I love it! =)
-- AnonaBee  3/1/2006
Constance was Veronica Lake's real name.
-- lindamaree  3/10/2006
I find the name cold and aloof. I am also reminded of constipation.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2006
Constance in Latin means "Consecrated".
-- Caledonia  5/5/2006
My name is Constance, and because of the fact that I am a self-proclaimed "math nerd," I enjoy the resemblance the name sounds to "constants," a term used in algebra.
-- wordybookworm  6/8/2006
This is my baby sister's name and I simply love it. It's Kawiia (Cute) and Different. I simply love it and wouldn't mind that name. My sister was born in 2006 so it's a rather uncommon name now but I still simply love it! :)
-- Vampiress_Sweetblood  7/4/2006
This is a pretty name.
-- ashepoo05  7/27/2006
Constance is the name of a character from The Three Musketeers.
-- may1787  8/29/2006
Constance M. Burge is the creator of CHARMED. The best show in the world!
-- Fincayra  9/30/2006
Constance is the first name of Miss Hardbroom in the Worst Witch.
-- Anonymous User  10/8/2006
I can't get past the similarity of this name and the word constipation.
-- Kitten  12/2/2006
My given name is Constance but I use the name Connie. Have always disliked Constance but as I get a little older I am more accepting of my birth name.
-- Canadianlady  2/10/2007
Constance´s pet forms are Connie, Stanka, Consta, Constatia.
-- Karcoolka  4/14/2007
It's a very good name, but all the Constances I know go by Connie, which isn't as good.
-- Anonymous User  6/17/2007
I don't know why, but I think of this name as cute. It's a cute name, not frilly like other names, but it's steadfast like the name means.
-- Anonymous User  9/8/2007
Constance is my name I've always hated having pet names and especially hate being called Connie. I feel proud to have it as my name, it's so strong and determined to me. I don't know why my parents called me this since I'm half German and half Irish. I haven't always liked my name and even consider changing it but now I feel as if my name is me. If that's understandable.
-- prettnames24-7  9/26/2007
The main charater in Deeane Gist's novel A Bride Most Begrudging is named Constance.
-- Anonymous User  4/17/2008
Constance Bonacieux (sp?) was the name of D'Artagnan's love in The Three Musketeers.
-- erb816  5/5/2008
I don't get why people immediately bring up 'constipation' and how this name makes them think about constipation. Oh sure, the name can remind you of the word 'constipation'. But it can remind you of words like 'constitution', 'construction', and, most likely and obviously. CONSTANCE! I mean, it does sound far nicer than some silly names that some people have actually used on their poor kids like Eternity. The name's a bit old-fashioned, and I hate the nickname Connie, but it's far from tacky, trashy, or immature. I picture the name on a rather pale woman with dark eyes and long, dark curls.
-- slight night shiver  5/19/2008
Constance of Hungary (c. 1180, Podklášteří - 6th December 1240) was the second Queen consort of Přemysl I. Otakar of Bohemia. She was a daughter of Béla III of Hungary and his first wife Ágnes de Châtillon. Her older siblings included Imrich of Hungary, Margita of Hungary and András II of Hungary.
-- Emilie007  8/29/2008
Constance Rudert of the German bands Cinderella Effect and Blutengel. It is a very beautiful and sophisticated name.
-- upon_her_eyes  1/27/2009
Constance Marie plays Angie Lopez on my fav comedy George Lopez!
-- Curlytop78  5/14/2009
My mom's name is Constance and her nickname is Connie. She always signed down on paper as 'Constance'. When I was a little kid I thought it was 'Constant'. I used not to like the name because I thought it was a word, but then now I really like the look and sound of it. Not a lot of Constances are out there.
-- alexa7289  5/28/2009
Constance Hopkins Snow (1607-1677) was a passenger on the Mayflower, the fourteen year old daughter of Stephen Hopkins. She married Nicholas Snow as an adult. Her life from the age of fourteen to twenty was told (partly fictitiously) in journal form in the book 'Constance: A Story of Early Plymouth,' by Patricia Clapp, one of my favorite books as a preteen.
-- Anyechka  9/17/2009
Actress Jodie Foster's older sister, also an actress of the 70s, was named Constance Foster with the nickname "Connie".
-- Anonymous User  5/9/2010
I personally love this classic sounding name, but like others have said I really cannot stand Connie. I would prefer the nickname Stanzie, or just not use a nickname at all.
-- Hannah_E  5/20/2010
As a child, I grew up with the 1993 movie "The Three Musketeers" (with Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, and Tim Curry, among many others), and it's still one of my favorite movies today. And ever since I first saw the movie, when I was -- 5 years old? -- I have loved the name Constance. Always have, always will. I think it goes particularly nice with Heather.
-- erb816  6/23/2010
There was an extremely rude girl in my class once named Constance, so she sort of turned me off this name. Also, I prefer the form Constanza better.
-- Anonymous User  7/11/2010
I love the name Constance since I was 15. It is absolutely beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2010
This name has always appealed to me. So classy. I might give it as a middle name.
-- Chrila96  10/7/2010
What a cool name. Reminds me of a beautiful, coldhearted woman.
-- Louska  2/21/2011
Pronounced like "KAWN-STANS".
-- Anonymous User  4/2/2011
On the movie "Monster House", Mr. Nebbercracker's late wife was called Constance.
-- Black_X  7/17/2011
German forms of this name: Constanze and Konstanze. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2011
Constance Frances Marie Ockelman was the birth name of American actress Veronica Lake.
-- Anonymous User  12/12/2011
I love the name Constance. I guess because my name is Constance... but yeah I love it because I can go a hundred places and probably only find like one person with my name... well our name :D I love the name, it's awesome.
-- constance_haha  2/6/2012
Constance Kent (1844-1944) was an English criminal who confessed to killing her younger half-brother. After a highly publicized trial, she went to prison for 21 years, after which she emigrated to Australia. I like the name despite this negative association.
-- bananarama  4/12/2012
Constance (1124-1176) was the daughter of King Louis VI of France and his wife Adelaide.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Constance (1078-1124) was the daughter of King Philippe I of France and his wife Bertha.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Constance was the daughter of King Robert II of France and his wife Constance of Provence.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Actress Constance Talmadge (1898-1973).
-- moonbaby9307  12/29/2012
I actually really like this, it's so unique! I've always wondered where the nickname Connie came from. But honestly, I prefer the full name Constance.
-- Anonymous User  1/11/2013
The name Constance was given to 161 baby girls born in the US in 2012 :)
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Doesn't the word Constance mean a lack of change? Why is that something you would want to name your daughter? Isn't change healthy?
-- Icycoldhot  9/1/2013
Rather than lack of change, I think it is supposed to connote loyalty, steadiness and dependability.
-- shadow1999  10/3/2013
Constance has always been my favorite girl name and I plan on naming my first born daughter this name. It's such a beautiful, strong name. And it works on a child as well as a strong, independent and confident young woman. I first heard the name in the mini-series "North and South" on the character Constance Flynn Hazard (who I must admit was my favorite character) and I absolutely adored it ever since!
-- DaisyGraceBaker  6/15/2014
At first, I thought this name was kinda weird as it reminded me of a "constable" (a police officer) but after saying it some more times, I've now gotten over that and like the name Constance. :)
-- LoveHeartKawaii  8/14/2014

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