English and Scottish name deriving from the surname, denoting a migrant from the province of Lorraine in eastern France.
See also Lorena
Lorraine began to be used as a female given name in the 19th century in England and Scotland  so the first usage in the Nordic countries has to be later
|Female ♀||Male ♂|
|#: count of main first name only|
|&: count of both main and additional first names|
| Name counts are approximate as statistics normally is not published
for names given to less than 3 or 5 persons per country.
No recent statistics trend found in databases for Lorraine.