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What does Eliott mean?

Eliott Pronunciation of Eliott [eliott] as a boys' name. Eliott means "Jehovah is God". Eliott is an alternate form of Elliot (Greek, Hebrew): variant of Elie.


Eliott has 4 variants: Eliot, Elliott, Elyot and Elyott.

1 more alternative form via Elliot: Eli.

Creative forms:
(male) Elido, Elott, ..

(female) Elide, Elidh, ..

Middle name pairings:
Eliott Christian (E.C.), ..

How popular is Eliott?

Eliott is a rare given name for males but a very popular last name for all people (#63632 out of 150436, Top 42%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Eliott entered the list in 1880-1889 and reached its top position of #1687 in the U.S. then, and is presently at #1925. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eliott name in U.S.

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

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. Popular related forms of Eliott (#1925 via latest list) are Eli (#53 via latest list), Eliot (#1103), Elliot (#208) and Elliott (#213). These forms of Eliott reached the peak of their popularity less than a decade ago (median #699) and have remained as popular to this day (#700, 1.5%). Eli has been the recurring favorite, although Elliott seems to be gaining favor too.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eliott, Eli, Eliot, Elliot, Elliott in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Eli, Elliot, Elliott outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Abbott, Abott, Alcott, Alkott (see Alcott), Allcott, Arnott, Ascott, Britt, Clintt (see Clinton), Egmont, Eion, Elbert, Eldon, Eldor, Eldous, Elia, Eliam, Elian, Eliana, Elias, Elice, Elie, Eligia, Eligio, Elihu, Elija, Elijah, Eliran, Eliron, Elis, Elisee, Eliseo, Elisha, Eliso, Elison, Elisud, Eliu, Elmo, Elmore, Elof, Eloi, Elois, Elon, Elov, Eloy, Elrod, Elroi, Elroy, Elroye, Elson, Elton, Elvio, Elvo, Elwood, Emmett, Emmitt, Emmot, Emmott, Endicott, Escot, Escott, Evion, Ezio, Hiatt, Kitt, Pitt, Platt, Scott, Taitt, Talbott, Walcott, Wiatt, Wilmott, Witt and Wolcott. These names tend to be more commonly used than Eliott.

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