Elliette

What does the baby name Elliette mean? Learn about what Elliette means, its history & origin, popularity in our random name database, pronunciation, similar names, nicknames & spelling variations.

Elliette - Name Meaning, Origin & Popularity

Spelling of Elliette
E-L-L-I-E-T-T-E, is a 8-letter female given name.
Meaning of Elliette
The lord is my god.
Origin of Elliette
The name 'Elliette' is believed to have originated as a variation of the name Elliot, which is traditionally a masculine name of English and Scottish origin. Elliot is derived from the Old French name 'Eliot', which itself comes from the medieval given name 'Elie', meaning 'Jehovah is God'. Over time, the name Elliot evolved into 'Elliette', taking on a more feminine form.
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Popularity of Elliette
While the name 'Elliette' is not as widely recognized as some other popular names, it has been steadily gaining popularity in recent years. According to data from the Social Security Administration, the name 'Elliette' first appeared in the United States baby name rankings in 2010. Since then, its usage has been on the rise, although it remains relatively uncommon.
Elliette currently has 1 like, and is in the top 20% of liked girl's names. The name Chinue is slightly more popular than Elliette.

Etymology of Elliette

The etymology of the name 'Elliette' can be traced back to the Hebrew name 'Elijah', meaning 'the Lord is my God'. The name Elijah has biblical origins and is associated with a prophet in the Old Testament. As a variation of Elliot, 'Elliette' shares its linguistic roots with the French name 'Eliette' and the Scottish surname 'Elliott. '

Cultural Significance of Elliette

While the name 'Elliette' does not have any specific cultural or historical significance, it is a name that resonates with many parents looking for a unique and elegant name for their daughters. Its combination of femininity and strength appeals to those who want to give their child a name that stands out while still maintaining a sense of tradition.