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Gender: Female Meaning of Nicolette: "people of victory" Origin of Nicolette: French, diminutive of Nicole, feminine variation of Nicholas, Greek

The name Nicolette is a girl's name of French origin meaning "people of victory". Nicolette and is often added to lists like TV Character Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Sibset makeover game! B/G pairs".

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Nicolette is the ultra-feminine name of an enchanting princess in the medieval French romance, Aucassin et Nicolette, a name that got stacks of publicity in the heyday of Desperate Housewives and its star Nicolette Sheridan. It was also the name of Chloe Sevigny's character in Big Love.

Nicoletta is an Italian variation; the cool nickname Nico modernizes it and makes it less feminissima.

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Famous People Named Nicolette

Nicolette Savalas Sheridan, American actress
Nicolette Larson, American country music singer
Nicolette Love Suwoton, Nigerian-British pop singer
Nicolette Krebitz, German actress
Nicolette Louisa "Nikii" Palikat, Malaysian singer
Nicolette Hellemans, Dutch Olympic rower
Nicolette Goulet, Canadian-American actress; daughter of singer Robert Goulet
Nicolette Fernandes, Guyanese squash player
Nicolette van Dam, Dutch actress, model and television host
Donata Melina Nicolette Sullivan, aka Dina Lohan, mother of actress Lindsay Lohan

Pop Culture References for the name Nicolette

"Nicolette," novel by Baroness Orczy
Nicolette Grant, character on TV's "Big Love"
"Aucassin et Nicolette," medieval French romance about a maiden of unknown origin who turns out to be daughter of king of Carthage
Nicolette, main character in "Mechanica" by Betsy Cornwell
Nicolette, character in "Camp Camp"
Nicolette Elizabeth "Nikki" Howard, character in the Airhead series by Meg Cabot

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