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Gender: F Meaning of Yvette: "yew tree" Origin of Yvette: French, feminine of Yves

This French name has the elegance of other '-ette' names such as Colette and is a botanical name without being too obvious about it.

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Famous People Named Yvette

Yvette Carmen Mimieux, American actress
Robin Yvette Allen aka The Lady of Rage, American rapper
Yvette Fielding, English broadcaster, producer and actress
Yvette Nicole Brown, American actress and comedienne
Yvette Diane Clarke, U.S. Congresswoman from New York
Yvette Renee Wilson, American actress
Yvette Prieto, wife of basketball player Michael Jordan
Yvette Cooper, English MP and shadow home secretary
Yvette Guilbert, French Belle Epoque cabaret singer
Yvette Freeman, American actress
Yvette Iola Vickers, American model, actress and singer
Yvette Monreal, American actress
Yvette Winifred Williams, New Zealand Olympic long jumper

Pop Culture References for the name Yvette

Yvette, character in novelette "Beguiling" by author Liam Holt
Yvette Schumacher, character in "Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac" by Gabrielle Zevin
"Yvette," short story by Guy de Maupassant
Yvette Carte-Blanche, character on British TV's 'Allo 'Allo!
Yvette, codename on British TV's "Secret Army"
Yvette Saywell, main character in D.H. Lawrence's "The Virgin and the Gipsy"
Yvette, character in movie "Clue"
Yvette, one of the Groovy Girls dolls
Yvette Ubetcha, character in animated series "The Fairly OddParents"
Yvette, character in John Singleton movie "Baby Boy"

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