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Meaning and origin
Roselle is a French girl name. The meaning of the name is `Rose`.

Where is it used?
The name Roselle is mainly used in French.

In combination with other names:
In Italian: Rosangela (F)

See also
In Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and in Scandinavian: Rosa (F)
In Spanish: Rosita (F)
In Italian: Rosina (F)
In Italian: Rosetta (F)
In Italian: Rosella (F)
In French: Rosette (F)
In French: Rosine (F)

What Roselle`s say about their name
  1. The best thing about the name Roselle:
    The name Roselle holds so much character,meaning and beauty.The name intrigues people and people assume I am intelligent. It is elegant. It defines whi I am perfectly.
    The worst thing about the name:
    People often mispronounce the name. It is also misspelled.
    If my name wasn`t Roselle....:
    There is no other name that would fit me better
    Extra information:
    I am often called Rose or Rosy.I am proud to be Roselle.
  2. The best thing about the name Roselle:
    unique in some ways
    The worst thing about the name:
    If my name wasn`t Roselle....:
    Extra information:
    stepahnie kyle

More `Roselle` links
Roselle as abbreviation
Actors named Roselle
Roselle in the encyclopedia

Statistics for Roselle
The name Roselle doesn`t appear in the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Roselle seems to be unique!

See also the US top 1000 names 2007

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Comments on Roselle

im a simple girl and im also weak for some reason and also sometimes i cannot control my emotion but im a lovely and sometimes strong.

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