In English, my instinct is that it is more female. But in French, I have seen Camille has been used in both male and female names if I remember correctly. So is this true? Thanks!
Camille est un prénom épicène. Voir aussi une liste de tels prénoms.
Camille can be used for both. We have a word in French for words which can be used for both sexes without variation: épicène. Wikipedia has a list of such forenames
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Used for both, like Dominique or Claude (among the most frequently used).
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3 years ago