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Gender: F Meaning of Nicole: French feminine variation of Nicholas, Greek, "people of victory" Colette's Popularity in 2014: #522

Like the French author with whom the name is most closely associated, Colette is a chic and charming name that is being rediscovered. After disappearing for nearly 30 years, Colette rejoined the Top 1000 in 2012 at 659 and has continued to rise since then.

Dylan McDermott used it for his daughter, as did actress Constance Zimmer.

There is an appealing animated Colette featured in the film Ratatouille.

Famous People Named Colette

Saint Colette of Corbie (born Nicole Boellet), French abbess founder of the Colettine Poor Clares
(Sidonie-Gabrielle) Colette, French novelist
Colette Appel, American pair skater
Colette Carr, American singer-songwriter
Colette Deréal (born Colette Denise de Glarélial), French actress and singer
Colette Katy Butler, YouTuber (Shaytards)
Colette Alley, sister of American actress Kirstie Alley
Colette Fitzpatrick, Irish TV news anchor
Colette Mann, Australian actress
Colette Melot, French Senator
Colette Giudicelli, French Senator
Colette Flesch, Luxembourgian politician and Olympic fencer

Pop Culture References for the name Colette

Colette Sheward, character on British TV series "Holby City"
Colette Tatou, character in Disney's "Ratatouille"
Colette Valois, character on TV's "Pan Am"
Colette Brunel, character in video game "Tales of Symphonia"
Colette, character in film "Poetic Justice"
Colette, character in the Dear Dumb Diary series by Jim Benton
Colette Beauvoir, character in "Generation Dead" by Daniel Waters
Colette Iselin, character in "Marie Antoinette: Serial Killer" by Katie Alender

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