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pinWhat does Dannette mean?

Dannette /dan-net-te/ [2 sylls.] as a name for girls means "God is my Judge". Dannette is an alternate form, with the suffix -tte, of Danielle (Hebrew, French): feminine transcription of Daniel.


Dannette has 2 variants: Danette and Danit.

Dannette has 33 more related forms via Danielle: Daanelle, Danee, Danele, Danella, Danelle, Danelley, Daney, Dani, Dania, Danica, Danice, Danie, Daniela, Daniele, Daniella, Danijela, Danila, Danita, Danitza, Danna, Danney, Danni, Danniella, Dannielle, Danny, Dannyce, Dany, Danya, Danyell, Danyella, Danyelle, Dhanielle and Doneille.

Kreatif forms: Dande, Dannetde. [more]

pinHow popular is Dannette?

Dannette is a somewhat prominent first name for women (#2838 out of 4276, Top 66%) but an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of Dannette and affiliated names. Danelle, Danette, Dania, Danica (#557 the previous year), Daniela (#225), Daniella (#319), Danielle (#264), Danita, Danna (#544) and Danyelle are the prominent varying forms of Dannette (outside Top 1000). Adoption of these girl names reached its most widespread in 2008 (usage of 0.3681%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.3091%, 16%), with the forms Danelle, Danette, Dania and Danita becoming less fashionable. The most trendy girl names among these are Danica (#557), Daniela (#225), Daniella (#319), Danielle (#264) and Danna (#544), with Danica and Danna going through a rebound in popularity. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Danelle, Danette, Dania, Danica, Daniela in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Daniella, Danielle, Danita, Danna, Danyelle in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Danica, Daniella, Danielle outside U.S.

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Dannette is pronounced similarly to Dawnette and Dennette. Other suggested similar baby names are Dawnetta, Jannette and Nannette. These names tend to be less commonly used than Dannette.