What does Violet mean?
Violet▲ has 30 variants: Eolande, Iolande, Iolanthe, Jolanda, Jolande, Jolanta, Jolantha, Jolanthe, Vi, Viola▼, Violaine, Violanta, Violante, Violanthe, Viole, Violeine, Violeta, Violetta, Violette, Viollet, Violletta, Viollette, Vyolet, Vyoletta, Vyolette, Yolanda▼, Yolande, Yolane, Yolantha and Yolanthe.Kreatif forms:
(female) Velet, Vilet, ..
(male) Violen, Viove, ..
How popular is Violet?
Violet is a very prominent first name for females (#289 out of 4276, Top 7%) and also a very prominent surname for all people (#27235 out of 150436, Top 18%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name history of Violet for girls. Violet reached its apex position of #67 in the U.S. in 2014. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Viola (#1250 a year ago), Violeta (#1260), Violetta, Violette (#1275), Yolanda (#1722) and Yolande are the prominent variation forms of Violet (#67 a year ago). These forms of Violet were popular in the 1910s (average #901) and are somewhat less common today (#1367, 41% less usage), with forms such as Viola becoming less in vogue. Violet is the most fashionable name for newborns in this list.
Violet▲ is pronounced similarly to Villette. Other recommended names are Arlet, Birget, Collet, Jinnet, Joliet, Jonet, Kismet, Libet, Linet, Linnet, Lisbet, Liset, Lizbet, Monet, Nicolet, Odelet (see Odele), Riet, Vale, Valen, Valeta, Vallee, Valley, Velvet, Verlee, Vickee, Vickey, Vikkey, Vilma, Violant, Viona, Virge, Vitel, Vivee, Vivien and Wyonet (see Wyanet). These names tend to be less commonly used than Violet.