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This is also used as a feminine name here in Ireland, although not very often.
emeraldstar  7/6/2006
Patrice Bergeron is a professional hockey player, Boston Bruins forward.
lady_lily  7/9/2006
I like this as a girl's name.
Jasmine  3/1/2007
Patrice Munsel, American colorature soprano (female).
Kosta  6/4/2007
I am a female born in the United States in 1957. My middle name is Patrice.
pattiabsher  1/31/2008
My female cousin has this name. I like that it is unusual.
katis  3/30/2008
This is also a French form of Patricia.
Likeyeahwhatev  3/17/2009
Anne Patrice McDonough, U.S. figure skater.
elizabeth hamlet  2/15/2010
This is also a female name, at least in North America, as we can see by other female bearers above. I also had a female assistant professor named Patrice in university. [noted -ed]
New_Chloe  3/18/2010
A famous male bearer was Patrice Lumumba (1925-1961), the first Congolese prime minister.
bananarama  9/5/2010
Patrice is a character in the popular British program 'The Inbetweeners'. He was only in one episode and was played by Vladimir Consigny.
Grace_Scarlette  1/20/2013
Patrice O'Neal (1969-2011) was an American comedian.
bibi66  2/17/2013
I would NEVER use Patrice for a girl, no way! Unless... she were never to leave the US where, for some odd reason, it has become a unisex name. Internationally, esp. In the French speaking world, francophone and francophile eyebrows raise when they meet a female Patrice, not pretty. When I hear the name Patrice I always think of a man, and when I meet a Patrice (it happened only 1 time, thank goodness) I always think her parents did not know any better when naming her.
― Anonymous User  12/6/2013
This is NOT the French form of Patricia, it is the French female version of PATRICIUS & PATRICK.
― Anonymous User  12/6/2013
Patrice Chéreau, French actor and director.
― Anonymous User  12/6/2013
Patrice L'Écuyer, French-Canadian actor and TV/Radio host.
― Anonymous User  12/6/2013
This is NOT the French form of Patricia, it is NOT the French female version of Patricius & Patrick as well.
It is the French form of Patricius & Patrick, normally FOR MALES in France, and Patricia for females.
Lucipur  6/29/2017

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