It's okay, but why not just Retta? Well, because we're extra, of course!
Not a horrible feminization but it’s a bit strange.
I know someone named Rhett, and I pronounce their name perfectly fine so I would pronounce this Rett-uh.
The name Rhetta means "advisor".
Rhetta Hughes (Los Angeles, California, November 9, 1953) is an R&B singer and actress.
I would not use Rhetta (except for, perhaps, a literary character or pet), personally, but I think that it is a set aside, overlooked, underestimated gem. Depending on how people choose to pronounce it (whether the "t"s are sharp and precise, or diluted to sound like "d"s - though you could still use it, either way), Red could be a fantastic nickname (I adore androgynous nicknames - especially ones that lean a little closer to the masculine side). The more I think about Rhetta, the more I like it. It is a bit like Rita (which I also like), and vastly better than Ruby.
Hettie, Hattie, Rhea, or Ricky / Rikki could also be possible nicknames. (Along with Red, of course.)

Rhett, male, is rather winsome and interesting, too.
Sounds like red-uh. Rhett and Rhetta look cool written, but when they're said, neither of the two sound very appealing.
Retta (born Marietta Sirleaf) is an American comedian and actress best known for her role as Donna Meagle on the show "Parks and Recreation".
This name is so hopelessly old-fashioned.
Has anyone actually ever named their daughter this ugly name?

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