What does Britt mean?
Britt /britt/ as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Britt) is pronounced brit. It is of Swedish origin, and the meaning of Britt is "exalted one". Contracted form of Birgit, the Swedish form of the Gaelic name Bridget. Made famous in the English-speaking world by the Swedish actress Britt Ekland.
Britt has 49 more related forms via Birgit, Bridget: Beret, Berett, Berget, Bergett, Birget, Birgett, Birgit, Birgitt, Birgitta, Birgitte, Birkita, Birkitta, Birkitte, Birte, Bitta, Breda, Bride, Bridee, Bridey, Bridgett▼, Bridgit, Bridgot, Bridi, Bridie, Bridy, Brietta, Briget, Brigett, Brigette, Bright, Brigid, Brigit, Brigita, Brigitt, Brigitta, Brigitte, Brijet, Brijit, Brijitte, Brites, Britte, Brydjitt, Bryget, Brygit, Brygitte, Bryjet, Bryjit, Byrget and Byrgitt.Kreatif forms:
(female) Bitt, Briett, ..
(male) Bribo, Brilet, ..
How popular is Britt?
Britt is a very prominent first name for women (#2109 out of 4276, Top 49%) and also a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#1059 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Britt for girls. Britt entered the list in 1960-1969 and reached its highest rank of #1089 in the U.S. during 1970-1979, but is not found in the list at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Below is a charted comparison of the usage of Britt and corresponding names. Prominent varying forms of Britt are Brittany (#456 last year), Bridget (#536), Brigitte (#1545), Britta, Brigid, Bridgett, Brigette and Brett. Adoption of these relations of Britt was at its highest 2 decades ago (median #1098) and has become much reduced since (#1615, down 97%).
Britt is pronounced similarly to Bret, Brette, Briet and Briette. Other suggested similar names are Berit, Bett, Bit, Bretta, Bri, Bria▼, Briar, Brid, Brie, Brier, Brieta, Brily, Brina, Brinn, Briny, Brisa, Britni▼, Britny, Briton, Brittan, Britten, Brittie, Brittin, Brittne, Brittni▼, Brittny▼, Britton, Britty, Brityn, Briza, Doritt and Taitt. These names tend to be less frequently used than Britt.