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Louis may also be a derivative of the Germanic name Clovis.
-- Jebusrice  8/1/2005
It is prophesized that when Jesus returns he will be called Louis in reference to the book of revelations saying he would be a WARRIOR, judge, and king of kings.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2005
The Dutch version of Louis is also Lowie (low-e) or Lou (lu). Also used in Leipe Loetje (crazy Louis) as a nickname for somebody out of his mind.
-- Juloed  10/27/2005
Ludwina is the German female version.
-- Juloed  10/27/2005
Famous jazz trumpeteer and vocalist, Louis Daniel Armstrong.
-- ars musica  12/3/2005
This name is borne by the vampire Louis de Point du Lac, who was made by Lestat, from Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles.
-- siriusly  1/29/2006
Louis Grammatico (Lou Gramm) is the former lead singer for the rock group Foreigner, now lead singer for Lou Gramm Band.
-- Anonymous User  9/21/2006
Louis Frederick John, Viscount Althorp, is the son of Charles, 9th Earl Spencer and Catherine (Victoria) Aitken (née Lockwood). He stands to become the 10th Earl Spencer and is nephew to the late Diana, Princess of Wales.
-- MariaNikolaievnaRoma  12/25/2006
Louis should always be pronounced Lou-ee. Pronouncing Louis as Lew-is is wrong. And annoying!
-- Anonymous User  1/8/2007
Louis Riel was not a Canadian rebel. He was of Metis descent (First Nations and European). He provided leadership for Metis' during the Red River Rebellion. At that point in time, the Red River Valley was considered to be a part of Rupert's Land, not Canada, and only later in his life did he become a naturalized citizen of the USA, not Canada. He was hung for treason by the Canadian government.
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-- louisriel  6/5/2007
I like this name quite a bit, but far prefer the pronunciation loo-EE to LEW-is. LEW-is just sounds odd and incorrect to me.
-- Spider from Mars  6/11/2007
Louis XVI was the 2nd to last Bourbon King of France before the first French Revolution. His son Louis XVII ruled for a very brief period of time after Louis XVI was forced to abdicate, but he was never coronated. Both were executed by Revolutionaries.
-- Rama  6/15/2007
Louis Stevens was a character on the classic Disney Channel original series, "Even Stevens." He was played by Shia Lebouf.
-- emc  7/9/2007
Louis in French is actually pronounced 'lwee', in one syllable, not two.
-- lillinparadise  8/19/2007
I hate this name. It doesn't sound very appealing. "Louis" ugh. I hate it.
-- applemilk  9/1/2007
There's an old jazz song called St Louis Blues. Brilliant song.
-- Anonymous User  10/1/2007
The youngest child and only son of Fleur and Bill Weasley in Harry Potter.
-- DontDissMadison  12/30/2007
The English pronunciation is NOT LOO-is. This is a mistake, albeit a common one in America. "Lewis" is the English form, with the audible S.
-- Nick81  2/6/2008
A famous bearer was architect Louis Sullivan (September 4, 1856 – April 14, 1924) who, in the late 19th century, helped design the world’s first skyscrapers. Among buildings of his that still exist include the Auditorium Building and the Krause Music Store in Chicago, Illinois and the Van Allen Building in Clinton, Iowa.
-- AndrewJKD  4/13/2008
Footballer Gianluigi Buffon and model Alena Šeredová have a son Louis, born 28th of December 2007.
-- MaggieSimpson  5/16/2008
Louis Braille invented, well, Braille. He got the idea from Captain Charles Barbier's method of sending messages.
-- welovejamesarness  7/3/2008
Corporal Louis LeBeau from Hogan's Heroes was the French member of Col. Hogan's sabotage team. He was played by Holocaust survivor Robert Clary. LeBeau was known best for his height and his cooking.
-- Atarah Derek  9/22/2008
Louis Vuitton is also one of the oldest fashion houses in the world. The name is probably the most famous names ever in the fashion industry.
-- lukepaavola708  12/30/2008
I think this name is really beautiful. I would probably not use it though due to its similarity to Louise and Loser, which is such a shame as I love this name but kids today can be rather cruel and I would hate that to happen to my child as I was bullied about my name when I was at school. I think it would be a bit silly of me to give a child a name which I had doubts about and may possibly bring them the same unhappiness as myself, however my name is way more extreme!
-- cocowest  3/10/2009
I think this is a pretty nice name. The pronunciation LOO-ee seems more goofy and laid back to me, while Louis both funny and casual. I also find Louis to be a very sophisticated and formal name. I suppose the funny and casual bit I got from Even Stevens. It's a cool name.
-- Wilted  4/19/2009
Aw! I love this name. :) Louis! So cute! (Pronounced LOO-EE, or LWEE, of course :) But I mostly like it because of the Anne Rice books. :D
-- teensyalmond  6/4/2009
Louis is the name of a mute trumpeter swam who learns to play a trumpet to overcome his disability in a children's book by E.B. White entitled "The Trumpet of the Swan."
-- mecoyle  1/9/2010
Louisville, Kentucky was named after a King Louis of France. Most people pronounce the city’s name wrong. It’s pronounced like “Louie” not “Lewis”.

It’s truly annoying. But I prefer it more as Lou, and for girls more than boys.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2010
Louis Creed is the father in Stephen King's "Pet Semetary".
-- persephone1313  10/9/2010
Such a wonderful meaning.
-- Chrila96  12/17/2010
Louis Duck, called Louie for short. Son of Della Duck, nephew of Donald Duck, grandson of Quackmore Duck and Hortense McDuck, grandnephew of Scrooge McDuck. The green triplet.
-- Atarah Derek  3/28/2011
In the 2007 hit "August Rush," there is an Irish character by the name of Louis Connelly, portrayed spectacularly by actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
-- Francesca  4/27/2011
Louis Anquetin (1861-1932) was a French painter, designer and writer.
-- Anonymous User  8/18/2011
Louis-Léopold Boilly (1761-1845) was a French painter and printmaker.
-- Anonymous User  9/20/2011
Louis-Simon Boizot (1743-1809) was a French sculptor.
-- Anonymous User  9/20/2011
Louis Boullogne the younger was a decorative painter. He had a brother called Bon and two sisters: Geneviève and Madeleine.
-- Anonymous User  10/10/2011
Louis Chéron (Paris, 2 September 1660 - London, 26 May 1725) was a French painter, illustrator and art tutor.
-- Anonymous User  12/5/2011
Louis Tomlinson is a member of the British-Irish boyband One Direction :)
-- thepittsburghgirl  4/17/2012
Louis "Lou" Dobbs (born 1945 in Childress, Texas) is an American journalist and news reporter.
-- Anonymous User  5/31/2012
Louis Auchincloss (born 1917 in Lawrence, New York) was an American lawyer, novelist, and historian.
-- Anonymous User  5/31/2012
Louis L'Amour (born 1908 in Jamestown, North Dakota) was an American author.
-- Anonymous User  5/31/2012
Louis Gossett, Jr.(born 1936 in New York City, New York) is an American actor.
-- Anonymous User  5/31/2012
Louis "Lou" Boudreau (born 1917 in Harvey, Illinois) was an American MLB baseball player.
-- Anonymous User  5/31/2012
Louis Armstrong (born 1901 in New Orleans, Louisiana) was an iconic American jazz trumpeter and singer.
-- Anonymous User  5/31/2012
Louis of Orleans (1814-1896) was the second son of King Louis Philippe I of France and his wife Maria Amalia of Neaples and Sicily. He was later married to Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, a cousin of Queen Victoria.
-- CarolinW  6/11/2012
Louis (1638-1715) was the oldest son of King Louis XIII of France and his wife Anna. He later became King Louis XIV of France.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis (1661-1711) was the oldest son of King Louis XIV of France and his wife Maria Teresa of Spain.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis (1672-1672) was also the name of another son of King Louis XIV of France and his wife Maria Teresa of Spain.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis was also the name of another son of King Louis XVI of France and his wife Marie Antoinette. He died age 7.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis (1120-1180) was the son of of King Louis VI of France and his wife Adelaide. He later became King Louis VII of France.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis (1081-1137) was the oldest son of King Philippe I of France and his wife Bertha. He later became King Louis VI of France.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis (1243-1260) was the oldest son of King Louis IX of France and his wife Margaret.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis (1214-1270) was the son of King Louis VIII of France and his wife Blanca of Castile. He later became King Louis IX of France.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis (1187-1226) was the oldest son of King Philippe II of France and his first wife Isabelle. He later became King Louis VIII of France.
-- CarolinW  6/13/2012
Louis (1466-1466) was the son of King Louis XI of France and his wife Charlotte.
-- CarolinW  6/17/2012
Louis (1549-1550) was the son of King Henry II of France and his wife Catherine de Medici.
-- CarolinW  6/17/2012
Louis (1601-1643) was the oldest son of King Henri IV of France and his wife Maria de Medici. He later became King Louis XIII of France.
-- CarolinW  6/17/2012
Louis (1775-1844) was the oldest son of King Charles X of France and his wife Maria Teresa. He later married Marie Therese, the only surviving daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
-- CarolinW  6/18/2012
Louis (1458-1460) was the oldest son of King Louis XI of France and his wife Charlotte.
-- CarolinW  6/18/2012
Louis (1423-1483) was the oldest son of King Charles VII of France and his wife Maria of Anjou. He later became King Louis XI of France.
-- CarolinW  6/18/2012
Louis (1397-1415) was the son of King Charles VI and his wife Isabeau of Bavaria.
-- CarolinW  6/18/2012
Louis (1372-1407) was the son of King Charles V of France and his wife Jeanne.
-- CarolinW  6/18/2012
Louis (1339-1384) was the son of King Jean II of France and his first wife Bonne. He was the Duke of Anjou.
-- CarolinW  6/19/2012
Louis (1328-1328) was the son of King Philippe VI of France and his first wife Jeanne.
Louis (1330-1330) was also another son of King Philippe VI of France and his first wife Jeanne.
-- CarolinW  6/19/2012
Louis (1324-1324) was the only son of King Charles IV of France and his second wife Maria.
-- CarolinW  6/19/2012
Louis (1316-1317) was the son of King Philippe V of France and his wife Joan of Burgundy.
-- CarolinW  7/17/2012
Louis (1289-1316) was the son of King Philippe IV of France and his wife Johanna. He later became King Louis X.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Philippe (1276-1319) was the son of King Philippe III of France and his second wife Maria.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Louis (1265-1276) was another son of King Philippe III of France and his first wife Isabella.
-- CarolinW  7/22/2012
Louis Antoine Léon de Saint-Just, better known simply as Saint-Just, was one of the leading figures of the French Revolution. He died at the age of twenty-six, guillotined during the Thermidorian Reaction. Incidentally, the king he helped overthrow was King Louis XVI, also known as Citizen Louis Capet.
-- La Reina  8/24/2012
I love this name, despite its commonness! In the USA how should I pronounce it? If you want to pronounce it LOO-ee, then you can spell it Louie, which is a little easier in the US.
-- SEC908  12/27/2012
If the name Louis is related to the name Lewis, it is also related to Lugas (French), Lugh (Irish) and Llew (Welsh). There is no greater hero warrior in pre-Roman times than Lugh.
Lugh means 'The Shining One'. He is the new sun of the year born at the equinox in mid winter. He grows in strength until he can destroy Balor 'The Shadowy One' or the winter sun.
He later marries the Earth each year and becomes King of Tara, "Lugh of the Long Arm' the King of the Fairies ie., the summer sun.
Analogous to Apollo/Zeus, Odin/Woden...
-- namesake99  1/14/2013
Louis Leonowens is a supporting character in the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical The King and I. He is British, so his name is typically pronounced LOO-is.
-- jbr1234  3/14/2013
I love this name! I think it should definitely be pronounced LOO-ee. It sounds so fancy and sophisticated and romantic, although I am probably prejudiced by Anne Rice and Interview with the Vampire. :D.
-- tinaz  5/26/2013
Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, son of Prince William and Dutchess Catherine/Kate is a famous bearer of this name.
-- Katrine  7/24/2013
Louis is a very traditional French name that was quite popular in the first half of the 20th century, had a small decline from the '60's to the '80's, and has received quite a comeback in recent years. It's one of my favorite names, pronounced either the French way or the English way :)
-- bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013

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