What does Bridgette mean?
Bridgette has 20 more relations via Bridget: Bergette, Birgett, Birgitte, Briddgett, Bridee, Bridgete, Bridgot, Brietta, Briget, Brigett, Brigette, Briggette, Briggitte, Brigitt, Brigitta, Brigitte, Britte, Brydgitta, Brygette and Brygitte.Creative forms:
(female) Bridgetna, Bridgetti, ..
(male) Brider, Bridgeter, .. Middle name pairings:
Bridgette Mariela (B.M.), ..
How popular is Bridgette?
Bridgette is a very popular first name for women (#720 out of 4276, Top 17%) and a slightly less popular last name for both adults and children (#111740 out of 150436, Top 74%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Bridgette entered the list in 1950-1959 and reached its apex position of #432 in the U.S. during 1970-1979, and is at #1531 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Bridget (#537 in recent rankings), Bridgett, Brigette and Brigitte (#1632) are the popular related forms of Bridgette (#1531 in recent rankings). These forms of Bridgette reached the top of their popularity during the years 1970-1979 (median #616) and are now significantly less common.
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Alivette, Andrette, Anisette, Arette, Ariette, Arlette, Artlette, Babbette, Babette, Benadette, Beradette, Bergett (see Bridget), Bette▼, Birget, Birgetta (see Birgit), Birgitt, Birgitta, Birkitte (see Bridget), Bobbette, Bradlee, Brendette (see Brenda), Brett, Bretta, Brette, Bridey, Bridgid, Bridnee (see Brittany), Bridney, Brielle▲, Brienne, Briet, Briette, Brigita, Britta, Britten, Brittie, Brittne, Brunette, Eliette, Enrichette (see Henrietta), Erlette, Finette, Francette, Georgette▼, Gilette, Ginette, Ginnette, Hariette, Hugette, Linette, Linnette, Lisbette, Lisette▼, Minette, Minnette, Nadette, Ninnette, Odette, Olivette, Ornette, Philette, Pierette, Reinette, Rillette, Toinette, Trinadette, Trinette, Trinnette, Ursulette, Vedette, Vidette, Villette, Vinette, Violette and Willette. These names tend to be less commonly used than Bridgette.See names in meaning and etymology.