It looks pretty, but I prefer the Veronica pronunciation.
According to Google Translate, the name/word means a dish prepared or garnished with grapes (in French).
I like it, the only ‘ique’ name I don’t like is Angelique and Unique.
Véronique sounds so classy and sophisticated!
Veronique Brimley Bomefield is the name of a character in Saki's short story The Way to the Dairy. In the British TV miniseries based on his stories, the character is used in six other stories also. She was portrayed by Rosamund Greenwood.
I love it, mainly because I love the -que ending of Angelique, Monique, and other names. I also like the Ver part.
Veronique is a Dutch form of this.
Véronique Françoise Caroline Renard is a Dutch author and visual artist. She is also known as Pantau, a name that was adopted after meeting the Dalai Lama at an audience at his home in McLeodganj, Dharamsala, India in 2000.
Veronique Enos (born 1969 in Sugarland, Texas) is an American actress. She is the sister of American actress Mireille Enos.
Gregory Peck's wife, a Frenchwoman, has this delectable name.
Most of the people that I've heard named Veronique intended it to be a combination of Veronica and Monique.
Very pretty.
La Double vie de Véronique ("The Double Life of Véronique"; Polish title, "Podwójne ?ycie Weroniki") is a 1991 French- and Polish-language film directed by Krzysztof Kie?lowski.

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