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Ninette /ni-net-te/ as a girls' name. Ninette's name origin is Hebrew, and the meaning of the name Ninette is "He (God) has favored me; little girl; great-granddaughter". Ninette is an alternate spelling of Anne (Hebrew): the English variant of Hannah. Ninette is also a variant of Nina (Spanish, Hebrew). Ninette is also used as a variant of Ninon (French, Hebrew).


Ninette has 5 variants: Nanete, Nanette, Ninete, Ninnette and Nynette.

Ninette has 8 more related forms via Anne, Nina, Ninon: Anett, Anette, Annetta, Annette, Nettie, Netty, Nineta and Ninetta.

Kreatif forms: Neinette, Neonette. [more]

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Ninette is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Ninette is an equally unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of Ninette and associated names. Anne (#553 in 2014), Annetta, Annette, Nanette, Nettie and Nina (#295) are the prominent alternative forms of Ninette (outside Top 1000) rated in the Top 1000. Usage of these forms of Ninette was more pronounced among parents during the years 1880-1889 (average #364) and is now much reduced (#808, 70%), with the versions Anne, Annetta, Annette, Nanette and Nettie falling out of fashion. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Anne, Annetta, Annette, Nanette, Nettie, Nina in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Nina outside U.S.

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Ninette is pronounced similarly to Nannette. Other suggested similar baby names are Arnette, Cinetta, Danette, Finetta, Finette, Genette, Gilette, Ginetta, Ginette, Ginnette, Janette, Jenette, Jonette, Junette, Kinetta, Lanette, Lenette, Linett, Linetta, Linette, Linnette, Lisette, Lizette, Lonette, Lunette, Lynette, Manette, Minetta, Minette, Minnette, Nadette, Nenita, Ornette, Reinette, Renette, Ronette, Toinette, Tonette, Trinette, Vidette, Vinetta, Vinette, Vynette and Wanette. These names tend to be more commonly used than Ninette.