What does Danette mean?
Danette \d(a)-nette, dan(et)-te\ as a name for girls. Danette's roots are Hebrew, French and Old English, and the meaning of Danette is "God is my Judge". Danette is a form of Danielle (Hebrew, French): feminine variant of Daniel. Danette is also a derivative of Danna (Old English).
Danette▼ has 42 more related forms via Danielle, Danna: Daanelle, Dana▼, Danee, Danele, Danella, Danelle▼, Danelley, Daney, Dani, Dania▼, Danica▲, Danice, Danie, Daniela▲, Daniele, Daniella▲, Danijela, Danila, Danise, Danita▼, Danitza, Dannah, Dannalee, Dannee, Dannell, Dannelle, Danney, Danni, Dannia, Danniella, Dannielle, Dannon, Danny, Dannyce, Dantina, Dany, Danya, Danyell, Danyella, Danyelle, Dhanielle and Doneille.
Danette is a very popular first name for women (#1102 out of 4276, Top 26%) but a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name popularity of Danette for girls. Danette entered the list in 1950-1959 and reached its highest rank of #478 in the U.S. during 1960-1969, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
Daniela (#225 the previous year), Danielle (#264), Daniella (#319), Danna (#544), Danica (#557), Dana (#789), Danyelle, Danita, Dania and Danelle are the prominent alternative forms of Danette. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity in the year 2008 and are somewhat less popular today, with the forms Dana, Danita, Dania, Danette and Danelle falling out of fashion. The more fashionable names for newborns among these are Daniella (#319), Daniela (#225), Danielle (#264), Danna (#544) and Danica (#557), and there is a revival in baby name popularity for Danica and Danna. Below is a graphed comparison of the usage of the girl name Danette and corresponding names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
Danette▼ is alike in pronunciation to Danet, Dawnette and Dennette. Other recommended similar baby names are Dawnetta, Donetta, Janette▼, Lanette, Manette, Nanette▼ and Wanette. These names tend to be less commonly used than Danette.