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A female given name from French.
What I needed was an exciting name and I would give myself one. I was reading a book where the heroine's name was Adrienne. I printed that as my first name. Now what would go well with Adrienne? I peered over my shoulder at the little girl in back of me. Her name was Mary Frances Carroll. Frances...I thought. No, that's not exotic enough. Francine. Francine. That was beautiful. I printed in: FRANCINE.
Etymology: From the French Adrienne, the feminine form of Adrien (equivalent to English Adrian).
Adrienne is the French feminine form of the male name Adrien. Its meaning is literally "from the city Hadria." Adrienne Ames (1907–1947), American actress Adrienne Armstrong (born 1969), wife of Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong Adrienne Arsenault (born 1967), Canadian journalist Adrienne Bailon (born 1983), member of girl group The Cheetah Girls and host of the Real Talk Show Adrienne Barbeau (born 1945), American actress Adrienne Beames (born 1942), Australian long-distance runner Adrienne Bolland (1896–1975), French test pilot and first woman to fly over the Andes Adrienne Clarke (born 1938), Australian botanist and former Lieutenant Governor of Victoria Adrienne Clarkson (born 1939), Canadian journalist and former Governor General of Canada Adrienne Corri (born 1933), Scottish actress Adrienne Fazan (1906–1986), American Academy Award-winning film editor Adrienne Frantz (born 1978), American actress and singer-songwriter Adrienne Goodson (born 1966), American former professional basketball player Adrienne Horvath (1925–2012), French politician Adrienne Kennedy (born 1931), African-American playwright Adrienne Krausz (born 1967), Hungarian pianist Adrienne de La Fayette (1759–1807), wife of Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette Adrienne La Russa (born 1948), American actress Adrienne Lau, American singer and actress Adrienne Lecouvreur (1692–1730), French actress Adrienne Maloof (born 1961), American businesswoman and television personality Adrienne Pearce, South African actress Adrienne Posta (born 1948), English actress Adrienne Rich (1929–2012), American poet and essayist Adrienne Roy (born 1953), comic book colorist Adrienne Shelly (1966–2006), American filmmaker and actress Adrienne Simpson (1943–2010), New Zealand broadcaster, historian, musicologist and writer Adrienne Steckling-Coen (1934-2006), American fashion designer known as Adri Adrienne Du Vivier (1626–1706), one of the first white women settlers in Montreal Adrienne Vittadini (born 1945), Hungarian-American fashion designer Adrienne Wu (born 1990), Canadian fashion designer
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The numerical value of Adrienne in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Adrienne in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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I'm extremely grateful to continue to serve National Security Council and take on this new role. I consider Adrienne Watson lucky to serve with the dedicated staff at National Security Council on behalf of the American people.
Tamera and I live really close, she just recently had the baby so I always go there and see the kids, adrienne is our party-thrower, but she’s in and out [of the area], so when she’s in New Yorkwe always go to her house. Jeannie likes to go out too. I don’t have a problem hanging out with any of my co-hosts, but I do like to give them space and time for their friends and family outside of work, too.
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