Meaning:Red, red-haired; The street
Larue is a gender-neutral title flaunting dual origins in French, infusing the name with an aesthetic of refinement. Larue is inspired by two surnames: LaRue, a topographic name for those who lived on or near a road, translating to “the street.” More descriptive is Larue’s second possible ancestor, Leroux, meaning “red” or “red-haired” for the vibrant tot with a mane of fiery hair. What stands out most about sweet Larue is its warm vowel sounds, which gracefully flow from the tongue.
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