What does Danelle mean?
Danelle \d(a)-nelle, dan(el)-le\ as a name for girls. Danelle's roots are Hebrew, French and Old English, and the meaning of Danelle is "God is my Judge". Danelle is a variant of Danielle (Hebrew, French): feminine variant of Daniel. Danelle is also a variant of Danna (Old English).
Danelle▼ has 35 more related forms via Danielle, Danna: Dana▼, Danee, Danella, Danelley, Danette▼, Daney, Dani, Dania▼, Danica, Danice, Danie, Daniela, Daniella, Danijela, Danila, Danise, Danit, Danita▼, Danitza, Dannah, Dannalee, Dannee, Dannette, Danney, Danni, Dannia, Danniella, Dannon, Danny, Dannyce, Dantina, Dany, Danya, Danyella and Doneille.
Danelle is a very prominent first name for women (#1430 out of 4276, Top 33%) but an uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name popularity of Danelle for girls. Danelle was first listed in 1970-1979 and reached its highest rank of #687 in the U.S. then, but is not in the Top 1000 currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a graphed comparison of the popularity of the girl name Danelle and corresponding names. Daniela (#225 last year), Danielle (#264), Daniella (#319), Danna (#544), Danica (#557), Dana (#789), Danyelle, Danette, Danita and Dania are the prominent alternative forms of Danelle ranked in the Top 1000. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 2008 (usage of 0.3832%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.3002%, down 21.7%), with the versions Dana, Danelle, Dania, Danita and Danette becoming somewhat outmoded. The more fashionable girl names here are Daniella (#319), Daniela (#225), Danielle (#264), Danna (#544) and Danica (#557), and there is also a rebound in baby name usage for Danica and Danna. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Danelle▼ is pronounced similarly to Danell, Danille, Dawnelle, Dawnielle, Dawnyelle, Denell, Denelle, Dinelle, Donell, Donelle, Donielle and Donnelle. Other recommended similar baby names are Darelle, Darnelle, Donella, Janelle, Lanelle, Nanelle, Ranelle and Tanelle. These names tend to be less frequently used than Danelle.