Vivette name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: German and Latin
Meaning: Race and Woman and Living
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What does Vivette mean?

Vivette's meaning is Race and Woman or Living aimed at girls is originated from Latin and German. Vivette is short version of Genevieve. Genevieve is a variant form of Guinevere. Infrequent Genevieve's origin is Germanic, Celtic and Old Welsh, meaning of Genevieve is "Jennifer, White Wave and White and Smooth" is used especially in English, French and German.

It is celebrated on January 3rd.

Middle Names for Vivette

Bernadine, Kezia, view more middle names that goes with Vivette

How popular is the name Vivette?

Vivette is an uncommon baby name in France, even after 41 years of usage and 235 bearers, the name could just made to the top 512 names in 1943 before vanishing in 1967.

Over 235 people have been named Vivette in France. Vivette is a rare baby name in United States there is very thin chances of it still being given. Also, Vivette is a familiar name in Jamaica.

According to our estimate, over 800 babies have been named Vivette globally.

[1] Source: Social Security Administration


Numerological analysis of Vivette

You lack adventure. You are pretty, smart and charismatic, you still doubt yourself. You like people too but prefer your solitude. You should avoid treating other people like you are better than them. Number 1 reveals your positive attitude and originality. You are also a great storyteller and always share the best experiences. You are sensitive, humane and compassionate by nature. You impress everyone with how you handle things.

Other names liked by would be moms that are similar to Vivette

  •  Kajík - Boy name Kajík means "Quarrel and Kaja" has its roots in Latin is dominantly used in Czech. Kajík is a short form of Kai.
  •  Clarinda - Acclaimed and Venerable girl name Clarinda is of Latin origin, meaning of Clarinda is "Similar to Clara or Clear" is used substantially in German and English languages
  •  Léonce means The Lion is used in French bestowed upon baby boys came from Latin
  •  Petronille - Girl name Petronille is dominantly used in English and French has its roots in Latin, Petronille means "Rock, Female Version of Peter or Small Rock"
  •  Alette - Used commonly in Norwegian, Finnish and Frisian far-out, Alette means "Of Noble Figure or Of a Noble Kind" and is given to baby girls is originated from Old High German and Germanic

Famous people named Vivette

We could not find any notable namesake.


  1. Social Security Administration,
  2. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques,
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