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Actually I have never run across an example of a male Monet. All of the babies I have seen given this name in the United States have been girls. The name has been taken up as a girls' name by some parents because it sounds like a blend of the names Monique and Renee.
-- clevelandkentevans  9/5/2006
What a pretty name!
-- Anonymous User  12/5/2006
Not said like it is spelt "mon-ET" urgh! It is said Mon-ay.
-- Anonymous User  2/17/2007
Yes, it is pronounced mo-NAY. Don't "urgh" it, it's a part of it being French.
-- Evil  9/8/2007
I love the work of the artist Monet and I think his last name makes for a pretty girl's name. Perhaps it is because it sounds like a blend of Monique and Renee, as a previous poster suggested. I think I'd only use Monet as a middle name, however.
-- Belle  3/20/2007
There is an American actress that bears this name, Monet Mazur. Her full birth name is Monet Happy Mazur. Her father, Ruby Mazur, designed the Rolling Stone's famous "mouth" logo.
-- Star Sister  7/22/2007
Monet "M" St. Croix, a Marvel comics superhero, a member of Generation X and, later, X-Factor Investigations.
-- FMRadio  12/29/2007
This is a beautiful name that honors an excellent artist. Its softness seems better suited for a girl, though. Monet would make a nice middle name - much better than a typical "filler" like Marie or Anne.
-- noiseless  11/29/2008
Yes, I can see some eccentric family having children called Monet, Picasso, and Van Gogh. This is not meant to be a first name, but nonetheless it is a name, and I personally like the way it sounds as a surname(=
-- Anonymous User  6/10/2013

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