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Very interesting compared to Nicole.
This is a beautiful name, and a less boring version of Nicole! Totally recommend this name to parents. :)
Nicolette Robinson is an actress and singer who famously played Jenna in Broadway's Waitress. Robinson was the first black Jenna as well as the first Jenna who was a mother before playing the role.
Pretty.
Reminds me of Nicorette, something people are using to stop smoking cigarettes. Cigarettes are really bad for you, and vapes aren't good for you either since you're inhaling metal into your lungs when you vape. My American cousin named her daughter Nicorette a few weeks ago...I'm not even going to say anything. Nicolette would have been better, Nicorette any day, but Nicoleta is better.
I prefer Nicoleta, a name not so close to Nicorette, and because it's prettier in my opinion.
Pretty, but maybe a little too frilly.
Nicolette "Nic" Nevin is a character on Fox's medical drama, The Resident. She is portrayed by Emily VanCamp.
Nicolette is a pretty name but a little too articulated and ‘pointy.’ That’s not necessarily a bad thing. I still think it sounds nice.
It’s one of my favorite names.
Nicolette Pierini is an American child actress and performer. She was first noticed for her role in The Magic of Belle Isle, opposite Morgan Freeman, and is known for the 2014 film adaptation of the musical Annie, where she played Mia Putnam.
The name Nicolette was given to 126 girls born in the US in 2015.
Nicolette is a lovely name. I'm surprised no one ever mentioned the nickname "Colette" besides the more popular "Nicole".
I am called Nicolette Elizabeth and I like my name. I do sometimes go by Nikki but I find many people associate 'Nikki' with Nicole, which I hate. (No offence, it's just not my real name) It is not really so popular. Many people for some reason associate my name with being posh, snobbish and arrogant. It is a very misunderstood name.
Hardly given in france. It's more like a nickname for the old fashioned Nicole. Kinda cute, though.
I knew someone named Nicolette, she pronounced it "nick-o-lay", which I'm not sure is correct, but it sounds pretty!
My daughter (who is currently 8) is named Nicolette! She loves the name. We do call her Nikki but tend to call her by her full name more often. Anyone who has ever heard her name has commented on how beautiful it is. Also the Nicorette thing has NEVER come up. I never even heard of it till I read the comments here.

It's a great way to have a Nic, Nicky or Nikki without using Nicole (which I think it too common!)
When we get down to it, I find "Nicolette" to be pretty... as a nickname-- a diminutive, what it originally was meant to be. "Nicole" is a very professionally accepted name, while "Nicolette" (short of being a nickname) is incredibly childish, ornate, pompous in sound, and perhaps even a bit "kre8tiv," in a way.

The resemblance in sound and writing to the nicotine lozenges/gum "Nicorette" is merely one single measly letter off... prepare your child for almost certain mocking.
Sometimes I love the name, other times I don't.
Nicolette is the full name of the second "sister wife" on the HBO show "Big Love". Played by Chloe Sevigny, the character always goes by "Nicky".
I had a friend named Nicolette, and although I felt it was a very unique and beautiful name, she disliked it. She disliked it for reasons though, people would always call her nicorette, which unfortunately rhymes and goes along with cigarette, they also called her that. She got teased so much she asked her parents to legally change it.
The name Nicolette strikes me as someone who loves to giggle, goof off, and talk. Also someone named Nicolette is very giving, smart, sensitive, cheerful, ready for anything and all-together, a well-rounded person.
Nicolette Rosenkowitz and her brothers and sisters, Emma, David, Grant, Elizabeth, and Jason are the world's first surviving set of sextuplets, born on January 8, 1974 in South Africa.
I hear this name, and I immediately think nicorette. Ew.
I like the name but the nicknames for it are part of it: Nic, Letty, Nicole, Etta, and Etty.
One of my all-time favorite singers Nicolette Larson used to be a famous bearer. She had a smashing hit "Lotta Love" in 1979 and was one of the most significant artists in the American music industry in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s. Unfortunately, she died from a cerebral edema in 1997 at the age of 45.
Well my name is Nicolette and I am so proud of my name because it's beautiful and unique.
I told my friend that I liked this name and she immediatly said "WHAT?! You want to name your baby NICORETTE?" So ya. I see potential for some major teasing at school.
Heroine of the mediaeval French epic "Aucassin and Nicolette." (Anybody know any men named "Aucassin"?)
I'd any day prefer Nicole or Nicola to Nicolette.
Nicolette Jones, a journalist whose name was mentioned at the back of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, is a bearer.
I named one of my daughters Nicolette. Her Great Grandpa was named Nicholas and my family was fans of Knots Landing. We call her Nic. I don't like Nicky. There are a lot of Nicoles and Nickys in our town. So Nicolette is definitely a good choice. There is one other girl in town a grade below with the same name. My Nicolette's middle name is Renee. Also, her sister's name is Daphne. And I just found this out recently: Daphne Zuniga and Nicolette Sheridan played in the movie The Sure Thing. Now how awesome is that?
One of my best friends is named "Nicolette." She hates it and only answers to "Nikki".
Nicollette Sheridan (born November 21, 1963) is the British actress who stars as Edie Britt, the woman attempting to start a relationship with Susan's ex-husband Karl on the popular soap-dramedy "Desperate Housewives".

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