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What does Bryget mean?

Bryget Pronunciation of Bryget [bryget] as a name for girls is a Gaelic name, and the meaning of the name Bryget is "exalted one". Bryget is a version of Bridget (Gaelic).

Associated with: gaelic, exalted.


Bryget has 9 variants: Briget, Brigett, Brigette, Brigit, Brigitt, Brigitte, Brygette, Brygit and Brygitte.

26 more alternative forms via Bridget: Beret, Berget, Bergett, Birget, Birgett, Birgit, Bride, Bridee, Bridey, Bridgete, Bridgett, Bridgit, Bridgot, Bright, Brigid, Brigita, Brijet, Brijit, Brites, Britt, Brydget, Brydgit, Brydie, Brygid, Bryjet and Bryjit.

Creative forms:
(female) Barget, Bryge, ..

(male) Brygett, ..

Middle name pairings:
Bryget Anika (B.A.), ..

How popular is Bryget?

Bryget is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Bryget is an equally unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Popular varying forms of Bryget (not ranked) are Bridget (#537 in recent rankings), Bridgett, Brigette, Brigid, Brigitte (#1632) and Britt. Other variants, like Brygette, are seldom used. These forms of Bryget were favored during the years 1970-1979 (median #886) and are now much less conventional (#1694, down 75.6%). (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bridget, Bridgett, Brigette, Brigid, Brigitte, Britt in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Bryget and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended names are Arlet, Baylee, Bayley, Beige, Bergen, Beryle, Bet, Bradee, Braylee, Brayne, Brea, Bree, Breea, Breen, Brei, Bren, Brenee, Bret, Brett, Brie, Brier, Briet, Brieta, Brighe, Briley, Briney, Brit, Brogan, Brogyn, Brya, Bryana, Bryann, Bryar, Bryce, Brylee, Bryley (see Briley), Bryly (see Briley), Bryn, Bryna, Brynda, Brynlee, Brynn, Brynna, Brynne, Bryony, Bryssa, Brytnea (see Brittany), Brytni, Bryton, Burnet, Byrget, Marget, Padget and Paget. These names tend to be more frequently used than Bryget.

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