|Subject:||Minette sounds French|
|Author:||Ylva (Authenticated as Ylva)|
|Date:||June 17, 2006 at 5:19:37 AM|
|Reply to:||Help! by eiluned|
Minette could be a form of Mina (a short form of Wilhelmina) or Minna ("love"). Minette would then mean "little Mina/Minna".
Compare the French Annette from Anne and Ninette from Nina.
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