Originally Posted by IsaFrench
some english/irish/american names are very very popular in France, some of them typically lower class (like Jordan or Kevin ...)
This just reminded me of this summer when my sister brought her teenage niece with her from France to visit. DH found out she had been IMing with her boyfriend and was gently teasing her, asking what his name was.
She told him to guess, he asked if it was a French name, and she said yes.
After guessing all the French names he could think of, he finally gave up and she blushed and then said, "Kevin."
Poor thing, we all laughed so hard and it took a while before we could catch our breath long enough to tell her that Kevin was an English-language name long before it became popular in France and certainly not a name we think of as French.
Anyway, back to the OP-- I second Pierre-Yves. My sister's kids are not hyphenated, but their names are Emile, Louis Pierre and Timothee.