Pronounced Pron. EV-o-let (Popular Culture)
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Contributor Contrib.Katja on 5/4/2008
It has been suggested that the name was created from an elaboration of love as a palindrome, or from the backwards spelling of t(h)e love with the h omitted for the sake of aesthetics, or from evolve as an incomplete anagram. It could also be used as a combination of the names Eve and Violet.The name of a prehistoric woman in the 2008 film '10,000 B.C.' directed by Roland Emmerich, meaning "the promise of life" in the fictitious language spoken by the character's adopted tribe, the Yaghal.