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Love this ladylike, beautiful, old-fashioned show-stopper.
-- tmarie  3/12/2006
One thing that I love about this name is that it reminds me of dolphins!
-- missBridget  8/1/2008
Delphine is the name of a character from the anime Last Exile.
-- winterglow  1/3/2009
Delphine Chanéac is character Dren in Splice a movie made in 2009.
-- TABS  5/14/2010
Pronounced DEL feen in English; del FEEN in French. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  5/7/2011
Delphine is such a beautiful name. It sounds sophisticated but has a playful nickname Delphi or a shorter one Del which incidentally means "pretty" in Welsh.
I love how Delphine invokes three nature themes - the dolphin, the delphinium flower, and the colour delphinium blue
This name sounds awesome as a first name but also goes well with lots of names as a middle name. It's not too fashionable and liable to becoming dated, but at the same time it's fresh and spunky - what's not to love?
-- Just Jonquil  8/17/2012
Delphine Seyrig (1932-90) was a French film star - her middle name was Claire.
-- Just Jonquil  8/17/2012
One of the clones from Orphan Black (which I recommend you watch, it's an amazing show) is named Delphine. That's the first I've heard of this name, but I love it. Not a big fan of the dolphin reference, but I love the flower/color. It's not an obvious floral name, nice. I like Helena and Delphine for twin girls.
-- amelissmith  9/6/2013
Whilst this is a lovely name, it's soured by a less than lovely bearer. Marie Delphine LaLaurie, sometimes known as Delphine LaLaurie and often referred to as Madame LaLaurie. Not a nice woman.
-- Anonymous User  10/15/2013
The actual French pronunciation is del-FIN.
-- Fleurdelys  2/12/2014
The aformentioned Delphine LaLaurie has been immortalized (literally) on the TV show American Horror Story, where she is one of the antagonists.
-- Buneary  3/15/2014
Love love love this name. Saving as a middle name spot for my future daughter.
-- Anonymous User  6/27/2014
Delphine appears as main character in Marcel Ayme's fairy tale with her sister named Marinette.
-- resa  9/13/2014
Germaine deStael's first major novel, "Delphine", was published in 1802. Although she insisted the intent of the novel was not political, Napoleon did not agree and banished her from France for it.
-- elizabeth hamlet  5/21/2015

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