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This is my grandmother's name, the poor thing! It might be the most awful name I've heard. :S
-- Mommy2B  6/24/2006
I actually think this name's kind of cute. =)
-- Skittsie13  11/23/2007
To me this name is graceful, bright, energetic and balletic, because it sounds like "pirouette"; but I can also see how it might be unfashionable, or not very useable. I hope the name doesn't leave France, as Americans (like myself) could really butcher the sound (think pur-ET, or PEER-it!). Also I think that this name would only suit a very particular kind of person, and isn't flexible or versatile in that way. In short, it's a lovely, prim, pure, lilting name that I quite enjoy but wouldn't necessarily use myself or recommend to others.
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2009
A very sweet but slightly old-fashioned name. My aunt (by marriage)'s mother is named this, so I will forever associate it with a smart, loving, gutsy, witty French woman. I agree that the name depends so much upon the bearer.
-- Celeste  5/2/2010
A famous bearer of this name is Pierrette Lalanne, wife of a famous French politician Jean-Marie Le Pen, and mother to the French politician Marine Le Pen, one of the senior members of the Front National, a French political movement. :-)
-- walesgal92  4/9/2011
A Pierrette is a feminine counterpart to a Pierrot, who is a stock character of pantomime and Commedia dell'Arte (often referred to as the "sad clown").
-- erb816  11/17/2016

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