What does Johnette mean?
Johnette [johnette] as a girls' name is of Scottish and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of the name Johnette is "God is gracious". Johnette is an alternate form of Janet (Scottish): originally a transcription of Jane. Johnette is also a derivative of Johnna (Hebrew): feminine of John and Jon.
(female) Johnetje, Johnetti, ..
(male) Johnetti, Johnetus, .. Middle name pairings:
Johnette Zia (J.Z.), ..
How popular is Johnette?
Johnette is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3501 out of 4276, Top 82%) but an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Johnette entered the list in 1940-1949 and reached its highest rank of #1590 in the U.S. during 1950-1959, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Johnette are Janet (#1487 from recent data), Johnna, Johnnie, Jonette, Johnetta, Jannette, Janett, Janetta, Janette, Jannet and Jennette. Adoption of these relations of Johnette was at its highest in the 1950s (adoption of 1.08%) and is now much lower (adoption 0.01%, ▼99.5%).
Johnette is pronounced similarly to Genette, Ginette, Ginnette, Jaenette, Jeanette▼, Jeannette▼ and Junette. Other suggested similar names are Annette▼, Arnette, Bernette, Bobbette, Bobinette (see Roberta), Brunette, Colette▲, Colinette, Collette, Conetta, Coronette, Cosette, Cozette, Danette▼, Dennette, Donetta, Dorette, Finette, Garnette, Gwenette, Jackette, Jahnelle, Janeta, Janneth, Jazette, Jeannetta, Jennetta, Joette, Johnel, Johnella, Jolette, Jolietta, Joliette, Jonati (see Yonina), Jonee, Jonetia, Jonita, Jorjetta, Jorjette, Josette, Jozette, Julette, Julyette, Korette, Lenette, Linette, Linnette, Lorrette, Loucette, Lynette▼, Marnette, Minnette, Mosette, Nanette▼, Nannette, Ninette, Nynette, Ornette, Reinette, Renette, Robette, Robynette (see Robin), Ronnette, Toinette, Tonette, Trinette, Twanette and Vynette. These names tend to be less commonly used than Johnette.See names in meaning and etymology.