Blaise: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Blaise | Girls
Origin of the name Blaise:
Borrowed from the French, Blaise is of uncertain etymology. Some believe it is derived from the Latin Blaesus, which is from blaesus (deformed, stuttering). Var: Blaize, Blayze, Blaze.
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Most commonly pronounced "bl-aze" but also pronounced like "bl-ace"
Blaise is a traditionally male French name, but is a lovely name when given to girls as well.
Blaise is becoming more popular as a girl's name, but is still predominantly a boy's name. This may change soon as more unique baby names are coming into style.
Blaze is a cool, alternative spelling.
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Because the name is pronounced "Blaze" people often ask "Is that your real name? Or is that a nickname?"
Lots of cannabis jokes about the pronunciation as well.
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Bee, Blay/Blai, Lazy-Blaisey,
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Blaise Lantana - Jazz Director / Announcer
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Blaise Harman, a witch from the Night World series books by L.J. Smith.