French film director Céline Sciamma (b. 1978) is a famous bearer of this name.
I like Céline a lot!It is soft, refined, melodious.
I immediately think about ice; pale grey, white and pearl colours; a cool breeze and silvery silk.I think that Céline fits perfectly on a calm, serene, good-mannered girl (and later woman). One of those people who never loose the calm, never run and never shout nor speak loudly.I like the link with Céline Dion.
Celine Tam is a singer known for “America’s Got Talent”.
Celine Dion rocks! And so does this name!
Simply gorgeous.
One of the heroines of the French movie Céline and Julie Go Boating. (Takes forever to get moving, but WELL worth the wait. See it!)
This lovely name was most popular in France at the beginning of the 20th century. It was obsolete by the 1950's, but was revived in the 80's and has become more popular through the years, by is still quite uncommon.
Can also be pronounced suh-LEEN, like how Celine dion pronounces it. I like that pronunciation better, céline sounds like saline.
Saint Celine (died c. 458 AD) was the mother of Saint Remi (Remigius), bishop of Rheims, France, who baptized King Clovis.
In Charlotte Bronte's famous novel, Jane Eyre, Mr Rochester's ward was mothered by one Celine Varens.
Celine is beautiful name, and I think of amazing Celine Dion when I hear it. Celina is also a great name.
Ever hear about the couple who named their daughter Celine because they thought she would be the solution to their problems? (OUCH!)
The name Celine is also a French form of the Latin 'caelum' meaning sky or heaven. But it may also be a variant of Selene or Celia.
It really is a beautiful name.
In French this name is pronounced Say-LIN.
A famous bearer of the name is singer Celine Dion.
The name is ancient Greek, from the Greek goddess Selene (pronounced Seleeny in Greek), goddess of the night light, sister of the god Helios (sun in Greek mythology).
Actually, Celine (and Celina) has a different origin from Selena. It is derived from the Roman family name Caelinus, which was itself derived from the Roman family name Caelius (see Celio).

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