What does Shantell mean?
Shantell /shan-tell/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name is of Old French origin, and the name Shantell means "stone". Shantell is an alternate spelling of Chantal (Old French): from "cantal". Shantell is also a variant of Shantelle (Old French).
Shantell has 28 variants: Chantaal, Chantael, Chantale, Chantall, Chantel▼, Chantele, Chantell, Chantelle▼, Chantiel, Chantielle, Chantil, Chantill, Chantille, Chantle, Chauntel, Chauntell, Chauntelle, Chawntelle, Chontel, Shantahl, Shantal, Shantel▼, Shauntell, Shawntile, Shawntille, Shontal, Shontel and Shontelle.
Shantell has 49 more different relations 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.Kreatif forms: Seshantell, Shantellia, Shantellse. [more]
How popular is Shantell?
Shantell is a very popular first name for women (#1930 out of 4276, Top 45%) but a rare last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the birth name popularity of Shantell for girls. Shantell entered the list in 1980-1989 and reached its peak rank of #971 in the U.S. in the 1980s, but is not listed currently. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
Shante, Shantel, Shonda, Shanta, Shanda, Chante, Chantel, Chantelle and Chantal are the popular varying forms of Shantell. Forms like Shaunta are uncommon. Adoption of these girl names reached its apex in 1990 (usage of 0.2257%) and has become significantly less since, with forms like Chantel, Chantelle, Chantal, Shanda and Shanta falling out of style. Below is a graphed comparison of the usage of Shantell and associated names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)