Celeste: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Celeste | Girls
Origin of the name Celeste:
Derived from the French céleste which is from the Latin caelestis (celestial, heavenly). Var: Celestia.
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When I was little, how I hated my name! No one else had it and no one seemed to know how to spell it. But most other people commented that it was very pretty. I think it's a name you definitely can grow into. I did. I absolutely love it now.
I always loved the name Celeste! It means heavenly and is very feminine. I named my 2nd daughter Celeste Mackenzie. I love it as well because not every other kid has her name. Its very unique.
- Nicknames for Celeste: | Edit
Cel, Celly, Est, Estty, Cece, Lest, Less, Lessie, Celty
- Meanings and history of the name Celeste: | Edit
Comes from the latin term Celestial which means Heavenly, or from the heavens
- Famous real-life people named Celeste: | Edit
Celeste Holm, American actress
Celeste Cid, Argentinian actress and director
Celeste Cruz, of the American pop duo Daphne and Celeste
Celeste Headlee, co-host of NPR's The Takeaway
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Queen Celeste, Babar the elephant's wife and cousin
"Celeste", German film about the life of Marcel Proust
"Celeste", song by Ralph Towner
Celeste, character on the "Six Feet Under" TV series, played by Michelle Trachtenberg
Celeste, a former runner from the game "Mirror's Edge"
The "Mary Celeste", famous ghost ship found abandoned in the Atlantic Ocean in 1872, although she had an experienced crew and the weather was good.
Celeste, character in the movie "Runnaway Jury"
Global Popularity of the Name Celeste
- #354 in Canada (Quebec)
- #397 in United States