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I really like this name. It's melodious, to be poetic about it. It just sounds nice, and if I wasn't afraid that nearly everyone she ran into would butcher it beyond belief (since I'm American and most Americans don't speak French), I would name a daughter this. It has potential as a middle name, though.
-- Anonymous User  4/7/2006
That's beautiful! I love this name, it almost made me gasp! Kind of a sad meaning though. I would use it as an middle name maybe.
-- Katheros  12/31/2007
I like this name a lot. It's cute, original, and Sevie could be a nice nickname. I'm not sure it would age well though.
-- pandasayscynical  6/20/2008
"Severine" (without accent marks) is a song by the Gothic/Electronica band Ego Likeness. I love the song, don't like the name.
-- harry_sent_me  1/21/2009
The word "sévère" means "severe" or "strict" in French. I can't imagine this name would be that common in France, because of association with the word.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2009
This is my daughter's middle name. When we were searching for names for her, I came across an alternate meaning for Severine, which is "of the Severn." This is perfect, as my daughter was born in Wales, very close to the River Severn. Such a beautiful and uncommon name. For those of you who balk at the "severe" designation, maybe you'll like the river connection.
-- alisoncorbitt  1/13/2011
This name is more often spelled with just one acute accent mark (Séverine). [noted -ed]
-- m4yb3_daijirou  2/19/2016

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