Patrice is a given name meaning or noble , related to the names patrician Patrick and Patricia.
English, Patrice is often a feminine first name. In French it is used as a masculine first name. Popularity [edit ]
In the United States, the popularity of the name Patrice peaked in 1958 as the No. 212 most popular name. Its popularity has had ups and downs since then, but has fallen ever since 1987. The year 1995 was the most recent year the name Patrice appeared in the top 1000 names of babies born in the United States, at no. 941.
[1 ] People with the given name Patrice [edit ] Men [edit ] Patrice Bart-Williams, known by his mononym Patrice, reggae musician Patrice Bergeron, ice-hockey player Patrice Brisebois, ice-hockey player Patrice Lumumba, first President of the Democratic Republic of Congo Patrice de MacMahon, duc de Magenta, former president of the French Republic Patrice O'Neal, American stand-up comedian Patrice Guers, French bassist, known for his work in Rhapsody of Fire Patrice Evra, French soccer player active from 1998– Patrice Loko, French soccer player active from 1988–2004 Patrice Wilson, Nigerian songwriter and producer behind ARK Music Factory Women [edit ] Patrice Hollis, Playboy Playmate September 2007 Patrice King Brown, former television news anchor at KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh, US Patrice Pike, notable for her music career Patrice Rushen, African-American R&B singer-songwriter Patrice Wymore, American Film and Television Actress and Widow of Errol Flynn Patrice Holloway, African-American soul and pop singer Patrice Baldwin, Internationally renowned 'Drama for Learning' expert and author Patrice Rillon, Filipino girl born on July 24, 1998 Patrice Lee,R&B singer/Songwriter- Bellflower, CA Patrice Lozano, notable for her sense of fashion Fictional characters [edit ] References [edit ]