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Camille Claudel (left) and sculptor Jessie Lipscomb in their Paris studio in the mid-1880s

The name Camille is a usually feminine given name, though there are some males by the name. The name is a French form of the name Camilla. People named Camille include Camille Claudel, a painter.[1]

In mid August 1969, Hurricane Camille hit the Gulf Coast States of Mississippi and Alabama, causing heavy damage and killing over two hundred people.

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  1. Phaidon Editors 2019. Great women artists. Phaidon Press. p. 101. ISBN 978-0714878775