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Nicole (first name)

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Origin and meaning

The female first name Nicole is from the male first name Nicolas derived, which in turn is the French form of Nicholas is. The name Nicholas comes from ancient Greek and is made up of words nike (the victory) and Laos (the people) together. Nicole therefore means Victor of the people.

According to literature, Nicole's name day is September 25, October 6 and December 6.

From 1969 to 1977 Nicole was in the top 5 most popular girl names in Germany. After the successful series “A Summer with Nicole” was broadcast on ZDF in the spring of 1969, the name of the heroine catapulted herself to the top position in the following year.

Variants of the name

  • Nicola
  • Nicolette
  • Niccolette
  • Nicoletta
  • Niccoletta
  • Nikoletta
  • Nicolina
  • Nikolett
  • Nicoline
  • Nicolita
  • Nichole
  • Nikole
  • Ni’Coel
  • Niccola
  • Niccolle
  • Nickolette
  • Nickoletta
  • Nickoll
  • Nickolle
  • Nicolle

Geographical distribution

  • No geographical distribution known so far.

Biblical name bearers

Well-known namesake

  • Nicole Beutler (Austrian actress)
  • Nicole Hohloch (German singer)
  • Nicole Anderson (US actress)
  • Nicole Heesters (German actress)
  • Nicole Hosp (Austrian ski racer)
  • Nicole Houston McDonald aka "Nikki Reed" (US actress)
  • Nicole Mary Kidman (Australian actress)
  • Nicole Richie (US actress)
  • Nicole Scherzinger (US singer)
  • Nicole Uphoff (German dressage rider)

Geographical names

  • Nicole (Lot-et-Garonne / Region Aquitaine / France)


  • Wikipedia
  • Nicole: almost everything about your first name, Emily Fritsch, ISBN-13: 978-3941499188

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