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Georgette is the name of the snobby poodle on the Disney movie called Oliver and Company.
-- Anonymous User  8/22/2005
Name of a hypocondriac character in the movie "Amélie."
-- LouisLovePower  12/15/2006
Georgette is a beautiful name. Strong, yet pretty and good for both a baby girl and a grown woman.
-- Nicola  12/17/2006
It's definitely a unique name. But I hate when people ask "Can I call you Georgie?"
-- Georgette  1/24/2007
My best friend's name is Georgette, and she has a bit of a love/hate relationship with it. I think it fits her, because it is unique and eclectic. I'm jealous of the many nicknames that can come from it.
-- astoundingly  7/17/2007
I love this name, but it's not popular among my sisters or friends. I think some people associate it with the masculine name George, and if they don't like George it's likely they don't like Georgette. Personally I think it's very sweet and feminine.
-- cookieavalanche  8/20/2008
It rhymes with courgette!
-- Hushpuppy  12/12/2008
Much more elegant and refined than the overused Georgia.
-- vomiting  4/23/2009
Georgette Heyer (1902-74), prolific British novelist.
-- Jonquil  6/13/2009
Lovely, feminine name, and Georgie isn't a bad nickname either. Also, beats trailer-park Georgia any day. :)
-- walesgal92  6/28/2009
It sounds nice in French, but imagine the English pronunciation. Just George with an "et" sound at the end, which isn't very pretty at all.
-- Black_X  5/29/2010
Sounds so pretty and classy!
-- Oohvintage  1/12/2013
Gigi is a cute nickname.
-- Anonymous User  1/12/2013
Georgette is an old fashioned French name that was very popular in the 1920's but is not very commonly given to baby girls anymore. I think it's quite elegant, personally :)
-- bonjour_mon_joli  8/25/2013
This name sounds gorgeous, especially with the correct French pronunciation. I would prefer it as a middle name.
-- Anonymous User  10/21/2014
The real name of famous British actress Googie Withers was Georgette Lizette Withers. She was born in British India and her mother Lizette was Dutch. The name Googie was given to her by her Bengali nurse and it stuck, Googie preferring it to Georgette and insisting on using it as her stage name despite initial disapproval from directors, who thought it sounded silly.
I love Georgette and Lizette (prefer Lisette) but not in a combo with each other.
-- Just Jonquil  5/31/2015
Georgette de la Plante (flourished circa 1900) was a French dressmaker who gave her name to the lovely crêpe Georgette fabric.
-- Just Jonquil  5/31/2015

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