Gender: Female Origin of Babette: French, diminutive of Barbara Meaning of Elizabeth: Hebrew, "pledged to God"

Babette Origin and Meaning

The name Babette is a girl's name of French origin.

A less common relic of the Claudette-Paulette-Annette era.

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Renee5322 Says:


It just sounds like a poodle's name. Names like Annette and Claudette are way better.

Babet Gray Says:


Many Elisabeths get called Babette in France, but you wouldn't choose it as a birth name.

Babet Gray Says:


Babette / Babeth is the diminutive of Elisabeth, not Barbara.

Daiseymae Says:


Not a fan..

snowsbeloved Says:


Haha yes! I could not take anyone seriously with this name... even a little girl. It's just not good on any age.

septemberjulyy7 Says:


Why? I wouldn't want my name to be BABY....

septemberjulyy7 Says:


Nah...sounds too much like baboon, but that's just my opinion...

lemonqueen Says:


I like the name... Could Baby be a nickname?

RoddyThlayli Says:


Two of my least favorite sounds together. Not a fan.

Plutophelia Says:


I think this name is adorble but would never use it except maybe for a dog. Not to insult anyone with this name or anyone who would use this name! If i ever met a little babette id be tickled.

lesliemarion Says:


I've never heard of a feather duster named Babette, but unfortunately it makes me think of baboons.

Alicia1 Says:


I know agirl in her 20's with this name and she is teased all the time about it! Please dont use this name in the first spot!

Imnotputtingmynameonline Says:


I think that this is the most adorable middle name!!

Poppy Says:


Do yourself a favor and don't name your kid that. Not many will appreciate being named after a flirtatious singing feather duster.