Eight Great Kate’s

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Wonderful Names of Characters played by Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet is a skillful actress that has brought many characters to life. Here’s a look at 8 wonderful names of characters Kate has portrayed.

Juliet Hulme in Heavenly Creatures
Juliet is a name synonymous with romance. An English form of the French Juliette, meaning youthful, Juliet was first used by Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet. Juliet has climbed the charts in recently years, currently at Number 258 in popularity.

Marianne Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility
Marianne peaked in 1957. A French combination of the names Mary and Anne, Marianne means bitter grace. Marianne is also the National symbol of the French Republic.

Ophelia in Hamlet
Ophelia is a beautiful name best known as Hamlet’s tragic lover. A Greek name meaning help, Ophelia is also now associated with mental illness. Ophelia was last in the Top 1,000 in 1958.

Rose DeWitt Bukater/Dawson in Titanic
Rose is a timeless flower name that is beginning to rise again in popularity. Could a rose by any other name smell as sweet? There sure are many lovely names with Rose in them, from Rosalie to Rosemary.

Clementine Kruczynski in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Oh, My Darlin’ Clementine just reentered the Top 1,000 last year. A French form of the name Clement, meaning merciful, Clementine is definitely a name to watch in the coming years!

Sylvia Llewelyn Davies in Finding Neverland
Sylvia is a Latin name with the beautiful meaning, from the forest. Sylvia is just about in the middle of the Top 1,000 at number 493. It also lends itself to the charming nickname Sylvie.

Iris Simpkins in The Holiday
Iris is a beautiful purple flower name with Greek roots meaning rainbow. In Greek mythology Iris was the goddess of the rainbow. A colorful name in many ways!

Sabine De Barra in A Little Chaos
Sabine is a French and German form of Sabina meaning woman of Sabine. A smooth, feminine name that could work as an alternative to names like Isabella.

Off to watch some movies,
Meagan

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