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Juliette

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Gender: Female Meaning of Juliette: "youthful" Origin of Juliette: French variation of Juliet Juliette's Popularity in 2017: #207

The name Juliette is a girl's name of French origin meaning "youthful". Juliette is ranked #207 on our popularity charts and is often added to lists like Girly Girl Baby Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "A brother or sister for little Jack or Olivia".

From the experts:

Juliette, pronounced with the emphasis on the last syllable, adds a little something extra to Juliet. In the past years it has been rising up the chart!

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Famous People Named Juliette

Juliette Lewis, American actress
Juliette Stalens Binoche, French actress
Juliette Greco, French actress/singer
Juliette Rose Goglia, American actress
Juliette Gordon Low, American founder of the Girl Scouts of the USA
Jeanne-Françoise Julie Adélaïde "Juliette" Récamier, French salon hostess
Juliette (Noureddine), French singer
Juliette (Augustina Sysak Cavazzi), Canadian singer
Juliette Paxton Atkinson (Buxton), American tennis player
Juliette Mayniel, French actress
Juliette Besson (b. 1987), daughter of director Luc Besson and actress Anne Parillaud
Juliette Loraine Gauntt (b. 1997), daughter of actress Janine Turner
Juliette Dell, daughter of Dell founder Michael Dell
Juliette Lemley (b. 2002), daughter of actress Sophie Marceau and producer Jim Lemley
Juliette MacArthur Rappaport, daughter of actor James MacArthur
Juliette Rose Willis, 8th child (5th daughter) of the family band, The Willis Clan

Pop Culture References for the name Juliette

"Juliette," novel by the Marquis de Sade
Juliette Silverton, character on TV's "Grimm"
Juliette Ferrars, character in "Shatter Me" by Tahereh Mafi
Juliette "Jules" Paxton, character in movie "Bend it Like Beckham"
"Juliette", song by Little Feat
"Juliette & Jonathan", song by Lotta Engberg
Juliette and the Licks, American rock band led by Juliette Lewis
"Mademoiselle Juliette", song by Alizee
"Juliette," song by Shinee
Juliette Waybourne, a character on TV's "Higher Ground"
Juliette "Julie" Andromeda Mao, character in "The Expanse" book/TV series
Juliette Barnes, character on TV's "Nashville"

Comments

josephinedagnall Says:

2018-03-03T11:52:02

Such a beautiful, elegant name! Although I possibly slightly prefer Juliet, the -ette ending offers distinction from Juliet Capulet - a connection that is likely to be made. I would probably only use it if I were to have twin girls, because I love the sibset Isabelle and Juliette, but I still think this name is lovely. I have an aunt called Juliet, though, who absolutely hates her name, and would likely kill me if I used it. We'll see...

paulapuddephatt Says:

2017-02-23T17:57:15

I love Juliette or Juliet, but still prefer Julie, for its simple beauty. I think it's the prettiest Julie name, and currently underrated. Julia is classic and beautiful, in a slightly different way. Juliana, Julianne, etc are all lovely, too.

ashleyisabellalaaaa Says:

2017-01-14T00:39:53

I love this name and I prefer this spelling much more because at least it's some what further from poor juliet who killed herself
However like if there's a boy called Romeo at her school...

Lizzy Lou Says:

2017-01-09T00:26:49

That character (who was fictional) was spelled Juliet. Juliette could also be named after Juliette Gordon Low (founder of the Girl Scouts) or other famous Juliettes. Romeo & Juliet is also an important historical play/piece of literature. I'd much rather name my daughter Juliette than something like, Caydynce or Brielle or Brooklyn.

Dalmatians101 Says:

2016-10-25T21:52:55

I like this name, it has quite a few things I look for in a name. The only thing holding me down from using it, is the fact that a teenager commited suicide.

anniebrown01 Says:

2016-09-10T19:31:47

Juliette is so elegant and beautiful! I like the French ending better, mostly because it works with nn Etta.

Giinkies Says:

2016-02-20T21:18:29

I will never be naming my child after a teenager who killed herself.

Catastroffy Says:

2015-10-12T12:59:07

I think Juliet looks slightly more grown-up than Juliette, maybe because I associate "ette" endings with childhood nicknames.

emi_ Says:

2015-09-21T22:28:50

I never used to like the name Juliette (or Juliet) but recently it's been growing on me. I love the feminine look and the way that it rolls off the tongue. I also feel the extra -te gives it a distinction from the assumed "Romeo and Juliet" usage.

headintheclouds Says:

2015-08-28T13:39:35

I used to prefer the Juliet spelling (thought that the extra -te made the name too heavy), but this Juliette version is starting to grow on me more. Juliet has more of a streamlined and peppy, springy, energetic feel to it; Juliette gives the name more of a black-and-white-glamor-photograph classic vintage flair, an extra boost of drama and oomph.

ThistleThorn Says:

2015-05-05T21:51:48

The extra -t and -e make it a little too "weighed down" and I feel like on paper, the eye is drawn more towards the -ette.

JH Says:

2015-02-13T22:47:32

I love Juliette and if I have a girl, this will be her name. It's a classic that everyone knows but isn't used too often. It's also very feminine, which I love.

Jasmine Mercado Says:

2015-01-12T00:24:55

Thank you!!

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2015-01-11T17:31:35

I love it! Juliette is a gorgeous name!

Jasmine Mercado Says:

2015-01-11T17:16:22

Is Juliette an ugly name for a girl? Alot of people I know don't like it. But I think it's cute and elegant.