Elegant name.
My Sister's name is Violette!
I think it’s a very youthful and beautiful name!
This name makes me imagine a young girl 7-9 years old who enjoys art and creating stuff.
In my opinion, Violet looks better.
My name is Violette, and I like the name very much. I think it is unique since most Violette's are spelled like Violet. The only thing is that sometimes people read my name as Violetta, and when people try to spell my name they spell it as Violet.
My sister's name is Violette. It is spelled that way, too. I think my parents chose it because it isn't very popular in the U.S. I really like the name Violette, and I wish that my name was that, instead of Lucy. Although I like the name Lucy very much, I think Violette is a fragile and gentle name.
Violette Nozière is a famous murderess from France. She was born in 1915 and poisoned her parents, killing only her father in 1933.
Nelly Guillerm, or more popularly as Violette Verdy (1933-2016) was a French ballerina, choreographer, teacher, and writer. She worked as a dance company director in France and America, and was a distinguished musical (ballet) professor.
The name Violette was pretty steady in popularity in France in the first half of the 20th century. It died down a bit in the 70's, and was revived in the late 1990's. It is now more popular than it has ever been.
The name Violette was given to 104 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
I love this name, it is very beautiful and I like this spelling rather than the other one, it looks more complete.
It looks a bit over the top, but Violet is a pretty name and this variant is no exception. It's a little too much for me to ever use, but I like it.
The moment I saw this name, I instantly fell for its sheer beauty. I had previously liked the name Violet, though only to a certain extent. But when I saw this name, I kindled an admiration for not only this name, but for other names with similar meanings. To generalise, I just find this name stunning, and I would simply love to give this name to a young girl.
This is the name of my first daughter and to me it is a "Grand", "Elegant" and Beautiful name. For some reason her name reminds me of royalty (maybe because she's my princess), it's a lovely name. And that French touch at the end ("ette") makes it perfect!
I loved the name Violet, and I have a thing for names that end in "ette". But when I heard the name Violette, I'm all, "Jeez, this is soooo my new favourite name!"
This is my name! I love it, and wouldn't want any other. However, it gets a bit annoying when most people spell it "Violet". Everyone pronounces it Vi-oh-let rather than Vee-oh-lette.
Pronounced vi-oh-LET.
I like the name Violet, but I dislike the way it's pronounced -- VIE-oh-let. For some reason, I have a bit of difficulty pronouncing it. However, Violette has a much better pronunciation, and a nickname can be "Vi" (pronounced "vee") or "Lettie" instead of "Vie."
Most interestingly, the word 'viol' in the French language means 'rape'. Rapette. Hmm. Catchy.
But the French name itself is not actually related to the French word 'viol.' It does in fact come from the flower. However, I imagine it's not very popular in France due to the coincidental similarity.
Violette appeared on the top 1000 list in 1900's until the 1920's. Its most popular year was 1910 where it ranked 682.
Violette Reine Elizabeth Bushell Szabo, (26 June 1921-February 1945) was born to an English father and a French mother. She became a British secret agent after her husband's death in the war. She was executed in February 1945 by the Germans. Violette Szabo was the second woman to be awarded the George Cross and was said to be the best shot in the SOE.
I love this variation! It sets the name apart from Violet, and it looks very elegant. I loved the name Violet until I saw this spelling.

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