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In 2018, 68 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Everett who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 835th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
― Anonymous User  10/8/2018
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Everett Ross, played by Martin Freeman in Marvel's Black Panther (2018).
ThatOneAuthorGirl  3/6/2018
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Really love this name! Strong but sensitive sounding. I'd pronounce it as EV-er-it.
nevernot  11/2/2016
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I like this name and if you like\love it as well and are considering using it for your little guy, some combos I have paired with it that you are more than welcome to take a look at are:

Everett Parker
Everett Rylan
Everett Spencer
Everett Ross
Everett Sawyer
Everett Gavin
Everett Hunter
Everett Jared
Everett Levi
Everett Leon
Everett Shannon
Everett Jordan
Everett Miles
Everett Morgan
Finn Everett
Nolan Everett
Raimi Everett
Theodore Everett
Thomas Everett
Jeremiah Everett
Isaac Everett
Leo Everett
Kyle Everett
Liam Everett
Logan Everett
Lucas Everett.
― Anonymous User  4/25/2016
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Hello... my name is Everett and I named my boy Everett Jr. Good name lol.
EvHarper  9/24/2014
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Love this name. My son is named Everett. We pronounce it with 3 syllables.
wbbuff  4/16/2014
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In the television show Stargate Universe Colonel Young's first name is Everett.
adelhiede_l  3/27/2014
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My son's name is Everett Arthur. We fell in love with the name Everett when pregnant with my first child, who ended up being a girl. His middle name is a family name. We think it goes well together.
adelhiede_l  3/27/2014
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Former painter Thomas Kinkade's youngest daughter is named this, presumably after the painter Everett Shinn. IMO unless this is a family name, I think it is really terrible on girls. Thankfully it's still predominantly masculine. We've already lost Addison, Ashley, Taylor, Mackenzie, and countless others to the female gender; we don't need to lose Everett, as well.
― Anonymous User  4/1/2013
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I think Everett sounds more like a girl name, but that's just me.
bedamijo  10/22/2011
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I've a friend with this name. For him, the correct pronunciation was EV-rit (two syllables). However. I have seen this name pronounced EV-ə-rit, EV-rit, and even EV-ər-rit. [noted -ed]
Nyx  9/15/2011
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It has a really cool sound and meaning. I might even use it, but I don't want it to become insanely popular.
Chrila96  12/6/2010
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In the movie The Family Stone, Everett Stone is played by Durmot Mulroney.

Also, I live in a town called Everett, Washington.
BoiCrazii  12/30/2007
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Another famous fictional bearer of this name is Dr. Everett Von Scott from the movie "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975).
Isla  12/5/2007
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The character was originally Dr. Von Scott, but because he used a German accent, they changed it to Dr. Scott.
alicehartley4884  9/2/2010
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Isaac Hanson and his wife Nikki Dufresne have a son named Clarke "Everett" born 4/3/07.
virginiadays  7/25/2007
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I have a female friend with this as her middle name. I think she was named for her grandfather.
Evil  6/27/2007
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When I was little, I thought this name was very trashy because this really trashy metalhead guy in my extended family was named Everett. But then, I volunteered at a feline clinic/shelter and while I was there I met the sweetest cat named Everett. That cat completely changed my impression of this name.
KennaIsADroid  6/13/2007
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Fictional yes, but Ulysses McGill in the movie Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? played by George Clooney went by his middle name: Everett.
hiya  2/23/2007
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Everett goes with so many names that I like. I also knew a great guy with this name so I love it!
― Anonymous User  9/14/2006
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Everett was my great-grandfather's name; when I told one of my friends this, she thought it sounded backwoodsy (I don't). I like the sound of it, but I'm not too fond of the meaning.
― Anonymous User  9/5/2006
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I think this name is really cute with the nickname Ever.
Mommy2B  7/20/2006
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I pronounce this name with two syllables, ev-ritt. I prefer it that way and it sounds better when saying it with my Mid-American accent. We are naming our first boy this and nicknaming him Rett. It is very gentlemenly, yet not pompous which I like.
marissa85  6/24/2006
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Everett sounds like a sophisticated gentleman.
Fionafabulous  6/17/2006

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