Charnette
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A pet form of Charna? More faithful to the original language would be "Charnka" ("KHARN-kah" or "SHARN-kah") or something similar. [noted -ed]
gaelruadh19  1/27/2007
The name sounds too invented, and it has a rather weird sound to it as well. All in all, I don't like any names ending in -ette.
slight night shiver  4/20/2008
Probably a ghetto name. I've got a tip for you, folks: if you want a sohpisticated, elegant name for your daughter, don't try to make one up. You can't. Just go for the ones that already exist and try something that doesn't sound like a brand name. Now there.
slight night shiver  5/18/2008
It sounds like an invented elaboration of Charles to me.
― Anonymous User  8/28/2009
Ugly. Sounds like just another silly ghetto name.
bananarama  4/8/2010
A made up name. Wow, I'm just blown away. I didn't think anyone was dumb enough to do that, but it looks like I was wrong.
Black_X  5/9/2010
Sounds like it would've fit a character in "Boogie Nights."
erb816  12/20/2010
A fail. I pity the unfortunate with cruel parents that named them Charnette.
DidiGiraffe  11/29/2011
Sounds like one of those ghetto African-American names.
TyrannosaurusRegina  10/4/2015
It seems to be a portmanteau of "Charlotte" and "Antoinette," two of the more well-known female French names in the English-speaking world.
star3catcher  12/3/2015
Sounds like the name of a cheap liquor or perfume that chavs would buy.
Acajou  1/26/2017

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