Goddesses don't speak in whispers; we scream.
— Genevieve to her father, Lestat

Genevieve Marie Delphine Dusseau de Lacroix (b. 2 November) is a notable French half-blood witch of both the Latifah family and House of Dusseau de Lacroix by birth, and by extension, the House of Thorn. She is also the last remaining half-breed of mermaid and human within the Thorn family tree.


Family Lineage

"Genevieve, you came from two very powerful families; House of Thorn, and the House of Dusseau de Lacroix. Our lines are almost similar; the wealth, the status, the power. The only distinct difference is that nothing good has ever come from the Thorn family. They are malicious, spoilt, and selfish people. I refuse to let you grow up like that. You will not be a Thorn. They've already burdened you with the curse, let them not burden you with their behaviour."
—Florence Dusseau de Lacroix to Genevieve

Early Life

Later Life

Physical Description

Personality and Traits

Magical Abilities and Skills




The name Genevieve is a German baby name. In German the meaning of the name is: Of the race of women. White wave. Famous bearer: Saint Genevieve is the patron saint of Paris, believed to have protected Paris from Attila the Hun.

The name Marie is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name is: Bitter. Hebrew Meaning: Wished-for child; rebellion; bitter.

The name Delphine is a French baby name. In French the meaning of the name is: Dolphin. Derived from the Greek name. Famous bearer: a thirteenth-century French saint.

The name of Dusseau is French: habitational name, with the preposition d(e), denoting someone from either of two places named Usseau, in Deux-Sèvres and Vienne. The name of Lacroix is also French: topographic name for someone who lived near a cross set up by the roadside or in the marketplace, from French la croix ‘the cross’ (Latin crux, crucis). In some cases the surname may have denoted one who carried the cross in church processions. Compare the English equivalent, Cross. It is a very frequent French Canadian secondary surname, perhaps for a person who swore by the cross, and has also been used independently since 1670.


  • Genevieve was portrayed by one overall model; Judith Bedard.
  • Her theme song is Money Power Glory, by singer/songwriter Lana Del Rey.
    Lana Del Rey - Money Power Glory

    Lana Del Rey - Money Power Glory