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What does Brigett mean?

Brigett Pronunciation of Brigett as a girls' name is a Gaelic name, and the name Brigett means "exalted one". Brigett is an alternate form of Bridget (Gaelic).


ASSOCIATED WITH gaelic, exalted


VARIANTS Brygitte, Brygit, Brygette, Bryget, Brigitte, Brigitt, Brigit, Brigette, Briget

RELATIONS VIA BRIDGET Berett, Berget, Bergett, Bergette, Birget, Birgett, Birgitt, Briddgett, Bride, Bridee, Bridey, Bridgete, Bridgett, Bridgette, Bridgit, Bridgitte, Bridgot, Brietta, Briggette, Briggitte, Brighid, Bright, Brigid, Brigida, Brigita, Brigitta, Brijet, Brijit, Brijitte, Brita, Brites, Britt, Britta, Britte, Brydget, Bryjet



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How popular is Brigett?

Brigett is an unusual given name for females. Brigett is an equivalently unusual surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Prominent alternative forms of Brigett (NOT RANKED) appearing in the Top 2000 are Bridget (#718 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Bridgett, Bridgette, Brigette, Brigid, Brigitte, Britt and Britta. Other variants, like Brighid, are seldom used. These forms of Brigett were at the top of their popularity during 1970-1979 (ADOPTION OF 0.21%) and are now significantly less conventional (ADOPTION 0.02%, 89%), with forms such as Bridgett becoming less in vogue. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bridget, Bridgett, Bridgette, Brigette, Brigid in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Brigitte, Britt, Britta in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Brigett and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Arnett, Babbett, Babett, Beckett, Beige, Bett, Birgetta (see Birgit), Bret, Brett, Bretta, Brette, Brie, Brieon, Brier, Briet, Brieta, Briette, Brighe, Briley, Briney, Briseis, Brit, Briteny (see Brittany), Britty, Brunetta, Brunette, Burnett, Byrget, Byrgitt, Linett, Ornett (see Arnette), Orrnett (see Arnette), Padgett and Pagett. These names tend to be more frequently used than Brigett.

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