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Boy Names Ending with -ett

Ett ending baby names and what they mean, with 44 results. -ett names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in 2015 (adoption of 0.8%), except for names like Jarrett which have become less trendy. The trendier boy names in this list are Beckett (#218), Bennett (#153), Emmett (#139), Everett (#135) and Rhett (#274), while Lockett (top 2%) and Durrett (6%) are common -ett surnames.

-ett names

Arnett - Emmett | Everett - Padgett | Prewett - Willett

Arnett - Emmett

Based on Old French, English languages. "Little eagle." Arnett (compare Avrett, Aucutt) is a common -tt suffix surname. Gender-neutral name.

Based on Old German, Old English. "Brave, strong boar." Not in Top 2000.

Barnett and variantsBarnett, var. Baronett
Derived fr. Old English word. "Burned clearing." Barnett is familiar as a baby name among these forms.

Possibly Middle English "dispute, argument", Old .. Popular as a children's name, Barrett is comparable to the common Brett. See also Garrett.

Var. of Bartholomew. Derived fr. Aramaic element. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Less common today. Bartlett was last found in 1890-1899 in the Top 2000. See also Bartlitt.

Var. of Bartlet. Stems fr. Aramaic element. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Bartlett is irregularly used as a male name, existing commonly (upper 1%) as a last name. See also Bartle.

Root fr. Old English language. "Little person." Bassett was not among 2015's Top names.

Based on Old English word. "Beehive or bee cottage." A very conventional boys' name (#218 the past year), Beckett is also found often as a surname. Also used for girls.

Bennett and variantsBennett1, var. Benett
From French, Latin languages. .. Nowdays, used mostly as a transferred .. Bennett is popular as a baby name among these forms.

Var. of Benedict. From Latin language. "Blessed." Bennett became more trendy in 2015, rising +13 positions as a boys' name to reach #153. See also Sennett.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ett names: Arnett, Barnett, Barrett, Bartlett, Beckett

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ett names: Bennett, Brett, Burnett, Corbett, Crockett, Emmett

Burnet and variantsBernett, Burnett
Forms of Burnet. Stems fr. Old French word. "Brown." Burnett (top 1%) and Bernett (20%) appear regularly as surnames.

Birkett, var. Burkett
Derived fr. Middle English language. "Birch coastland." Burkett (upper 1%) and Birkett (13%) occur commonly as last names.

Origin fr. Latin. "From Britany or Britain." Gender-neutral name. Brett grew in popularity in the 1980s and is now less conventional, with Brett becoming less fashionable.

Origin fr. Middle English language. "Bird." Compare last names Burlett (upper 62%), Burgett (4%). See also Burnett.

Var. of Cobb. Based on Old English language. Probably comes from "cottage" .. Cabett and Cobbot are creative variations.

Var. of Corbin. .. Variants are English surnames used as .. Corbett was favored by parents 125 years ago. See also Cobbett.

Origin fr. Norman French element. "Young crow." Corbett grew in popularity in the 1890s. See also Cobbett.

Crockett and variantsCrockett, var. Croquett
Derivative of Middle English. "Crook." Adoption of Croquett and forms was common in the 1880s.

Form of Dag. Stems fr. Scandinavian word. "Daylight." Not in Top 2000.

Var. of Emmet. From Old German word. "Entire, universal." Emmett is a familiar (upper 41%) male name, and exists frequently (upper 6%) as a last name. Gender-neutral name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ett names for boys.

1. Arnett - Emmett
Arnett, Averett, Barnett [Baronett], Barrett, Bartholomew [Bartlett], Bartlet [Bartlett], Bassett, Beckett, Bennett [Benett], Benedict [Bennett], Burnet [Bernett, Burnett], Birkett [Burkett], Brett, Burdett, Cobb [Cobbett], Corbin [Corbett], Corbett, Crockett [Croquett], Dag [Daggett], Emmet [Emmett]

Everett [Averett], Everard [Everett], Gannet [Gannett], Garret [Garett, Garrett, Jarrett], Garnet [Garnett], Gerritt [Garrett], Gerard [Garrett], Gillett [Gelett], Hackett, Hamlet [Hammett, Hamnett], Haslett [Hazlett], Hewett [Hewlett], Jarrett [Jarett, Jerett, Jerrett], Gerald [Jarrett], Jet [Jett], Kenneth [Kennett], Leggett [Liggett], Merritt [Merrett], Nesbit [Nisbett], Page [Pagett, Padgett]

Prewitt [Prewett], Rhett, Sennett, Willet [Willett]

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