What does Shantal mean?
Shantal \sh(an)-tal\ as a girls' name is of Old French derivation, and the meaning of Shantal is "stone". Shantal is a variation of Chantal (Old French): from "cantal". Shantal is also a form of Shantelle (Old French).
Shantal has 28 variants: Chantaal, Chantael, Chantale, Chantall, Chantel▼, Chantele, Chantell, Chantelle▼, Chantiel, Chantielle, Chantil, Chantill, Chantille, Chantle, Chauntel, Chauntell, Chauntelle, Chawntelle, Chontel, Shantahl, Shantel▼, Shantell, Shauntell, Shawntile, Shawntille, Shontal, Shontel and Shontelle.
Shantal has 49 more different forms via Chantal, Shantelle: Chandal, Chanta, Chantae, Chantai, Chantalle, Chantara, Chantarai, Chantasia, Chantay, Chantaye, Chante, Chantea, Chanteau, Chantee, Chanteese, Chantela, Chantella, Chanter, Chantey, Chantez, Chantila, Chantoya, Chantra, Chantrel, Chantrell, Chantrelle, Chantress, Chantri, Chantrice, Chantriel, Chantrill, Chaunta, Chauntay, Chaunte, Chonda, Shanda▼, Shanta▼, Shantae, Shantalle, Shantay, Shante▼, Shantella, Shaunda, Shaunta, Shawnda, Shawnta, Shonda▼, Shonta and Shontalle.
Shantal is an unusual first name for females. Shantal is an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Chantal, Chante, Chantel, Chantelle, Shanda, Shanta, Shante, Shantel, Shantell and Shonda are the popular varying forms of Shantal (#unlisted). These girl names reached the peak of their popularity in 1990 (usage of 0.2257%) and have become much less widespread since, with forms like Shanda, Shanta, Shante, Shantel and Shonda falling out of fashion. Below is a charted comparison of the popularity of the girl name Shantal and corresponding names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)