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"ETT" names ending with -ett are used more often as masculine names.

Adoption of these boy names was at its peak in 2014 (usage of 0.1221%), except for names like Brett, Garett, Garnett, Jarett and Jarrett which have become somewhat dated. The trendier boy names in this list are Barrett (#346), Beckett (#244), Emmett (#156), Everett (#167) and Rhett (#338), with Emmett and Everett enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Lockett (top 2%) and Durrett (6%) are common -ett surnames.

Here is the list of -ett names for girls.

Arnett - Emmet

Page 1/3 of 43 -ett grouped names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of -ett names: Barrett, Beckett, Bennett, Brett, Corbett, Emmett

Arnett 1 Based on Old French, English languages. "Little eagle." Abnett, Arnettah and Atnett are kreatif variations.

Averett 2 Based on Old German, Old English. "Brave, strong boar." Not in Top 1000. ..

Barnett [Baronett, .. 7 more] 3 Derived fr. Old English word. "Burned clearing." Not in popularity charts. ..

Barrett 4 Possibly Middle English "dispute, argument", Old .. Common. Barrett (cf. Bartlitt) ends with the androgynous -tt. See also Jarrett.

[Bartlett, .. 28 more] Var. of Bartholomew 5 Derived fr. Aramaic element. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Uncommon, with the -tt ending for Bartlett like Baronett. See also Bartlitt. ..

[Bartlett, .. 1 more] Var. of Bartlet 6 Short form of Bartholomew .. Not in Top 1000. See also Bartle.

Bassett 7 Root fr. Old English language. "Little person." Not in popularity charts.

Beckett 8 Based on Old English word. "Beehive or bee cottage." Ranked in Top 1000. Also used for girls. ..

[Bennett, .. 22 more] Var. of Benedict 9 From Latin language. "Blessed." Listed in Top 1000. See also Sennett. ..

Bennett [Benett, .. 3 more] 10 From French, Latin languages. .. Nowdays, used mostly as a transferred .. Prevalent, with the favored androgynous-sounding -tt suffix for Bennett, Benett like Barnett.

Birkett [Burkett, .. 5 more] 11 Derived fr. Middle English language. "Birch coastland." Not in Top 1000.

Brett 12 Origin fr. Latin. "From Britany or Britain." Gender-neutral name. Prominent. Brett, like Bennett, uses the androgynous -tt ending. ..

Burdett 13 Origin fr. Middle English language. "Bird." Not Top 1000 name. See also Burnett.

[Bernett, Burnett, .. 1 more] Forms of Burnet 14 Stems fr. Old French word. "Brown." Not in popularity charts.

[Cobbett] Var. of Cobb 15 Based on Old English language. Probably comes from "cottage" .. Rare, with the androgynous-sounding -tt ending for Cobbett like Crockett.

Corbett 16 Origin fr. Norman French element. "Young crow." Outside Top 1000. See also Cobbett.

[Corbett, .. 11 more] Var. of Corbin 17 Possibly a short form of the .. Unique, with the androgynous-sounding -tt ending for Corbett like Cobbett.

Crockett [Croquett, .. 4 more] 18 Derivative of Middle English. "Crook." Rare, with the unconventional androgynous-sounding -tt ending for Crockett, Croquett like Corbitt.

[Daggett, .. 3 more] Form of Dag 19 Stems fr. Scandinavian word. "Daylight." Not in Top 1000.

[Emmett, .. 4 more] Var. of Emmet 20 From Old German word. "Entire, universal." Ranked in Top 1000. Gender-neutral name. ..

Quick Reference

Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -ett names for boys.

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

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

Rhett - Willet
Rhett, Sennett, Willet [Willett]