What does Danette mean?
Danette /da-net-te/ as a name for girls. Danette's root is Old English, and the meaning of Danette is "God is my Judge". Danette is an alternate form, with the suffix -tte, of Danielle (Hebrew, French): feminine variation of Daniel. Danette is also a derivative of Danna (Old English).
Danette▼ has 17 more related forms via Danielle, Danna: Daanelle, Danee, Danele, Danella, Danelle, Danelley, Daney, Danice, Danie, Daniele, Danise, Danita, Danitza, Dannee, Dannelle, Dannyce and Danyelle.Kreatif forms:
(female) Danetta, Duenette, ..
(male) Danetley, Danetney, ..
How popular is Danette?
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. Demographics)
Shown below is the baby name history of Danette for girls. Danette entered the list in 1950-1959 and reached its highest rank of #462 in the U.S. during 1960-1969, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Danielle (#264 the previous year), Danna (#544), Dannette, Danyelle, Danita, Daniele and Danelle are the prominent alternative forms of Danette. Other variants, like Danitza, are seldom used. These forms of Danette were popular as birth names 2 decades ago (adoption of 1.3%) and have become significantly less common since (adoption 0.1%, ▼92%), with forms such as Danielle falling out of fashion.
Danette▼ is alike in pronunciation to Danet, Dawnette and Dennette. Other recommended names are Anette, Annette▼, Arnette, Babette, Cadette, Dantea, Darnetta, Dawnetta, Dianthe, Dionetta, Donetta, Dorette, Fayette, Finette, Garnette, Genette, Ginette, Halette, Jaenette, Janett, Janetta, Janette▼, Jannette, Jazette, Jeanette▼, Jenette, Jonette, Junette, Lanetta, Lanette, Lavette, Lenette, Linette, Lonette, Lunette, Lynette▼, Manette, Marette, Marnette, Minette, Nadette, Nanete, Nanette▼, Nannette, Ninette, Nynette, Ornette, Rayette, Renette, Ronette, Sarette, Tonette, Twanette, Vanetta, Vinette, Vynette, Wanetta, Wanette and Zanetta. These names tend to be less commonly used than Danette.