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This is so gorgeous! I love this it’s such a beautiful name!
I’ve never heard this name before. I really fell in love with it, wow! I think I will be using this for my future daughter.
Don’t like the sound of the name. Sorry.
This feels like some high quality name! Beautiful! I love this elegant and strong name, Geneva! Also, beautiful city! I like it!
Geneva Hayes, a main character in the 2014 YTV show Some Assembly Required.
American First Lady Mamie Eisenhower (née Doud)'s middle name was Geneva.
I don't care for the use of names of cities, countries, regions or ethic groups as first names for people. It does nothing for me. Much like the use of Savannah, Cheyenne, Asia, and Georgia, etc. Just choose something else for your kid. Maintain the integrity of those names (including Geneva) and use individual human names for people.
In 2018, 83 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Geneva who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 819th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Gorgeous and classy.
Geneva seems only a posh form of Geneviève to my ears. I can see the appeal but I prefer its full form.
I rate it 7/10.
Geneva sounds very sweet, and Jenny is a cute nickname.
It reminds me of Lake Geneva. Overall this is probably one of my guilty pleasure names.
The name Geneva was given to 202 girls born in the US in 2015.
My name! I have ALWAYS loved my name. I love that hardly anyone has it. I was thinking of naming my daughter Geneva but I didn't. My whole family calls me Neva and I don't mind it.
The name Geneva was given to 184 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
This doesn't sound like a name to me, probably because of lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Geneva, the second most populated city in Switzerland, is considered to have some of the highest quality of life in the world as well as being one of the most expensive cities to live in.
I recently fell in love with this name. I already loved the sound "eve" in names, but couldn't decide on one I liked: Eve was taboo (biblical character, plus things like Christmas Eve); Eva was boring; Evangelina/Evangeline would inevitable have the horrid nickname "Angie" or, God forbid, "Vange"; and Evelyn sounds way too mature. And then Geneva popped in my head one day.

Also, of any city name used as a person's name, Geneva is probably the best. As an international diplomatic city, it has played a key part in so many global resolutions (i.e. Geneva Conventions), and is in general a place of beauty. (Unfortunately, I have only seen pictures, but I intend to go there one day.)
The meaning of the single name Geneva is Old French meaning "juniper tree". This name may refer to the Juniper Tree in which the Old Dutch name was “Genever” (Gin) which is favored with Juniper Berries. The name has indeed been influenced by other names. Depending on its multiple origins, however, its meanings can vary; whether it is the Juniper Tree or a simple variant from Genevieve.

It is a name connected to many different variants such as Genevra, Ginevre, Genevieve, and Jonevah.
Middle name of first lady Mamie Geneva Doud Eisenhower.
It's not that it isn't pretty, but the city sort of makes this a weird name to have, especially in Europe.
Genève is French for Geneva.
I think it is a very pretty name. There is a town close to mine called Geneva, and there is also a female character in the book series 'Abarat' named Geneva. These books are written by Clive Barker.
I knew a girl named Geneva. She was quite lovely, a bit soft spoken. Geneva is a very pretty name.

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