Yvette

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For other uses, see Yvette (disambiguation).

Yvette is female given name, the origin is from the name "Eve", giving rise to "Evette" and "Yvette". "Yvette" is also the French feminine form of Yves, which means yew or archer in some cases.

Name variants[edit]

  • Slovak: Iveta, Yvetta
  • Catalan: Ivette, Ivet
  • Czech: Iveta
  • German: Ivette, Yvette
  • Hungarian: Ivett
  • Dutch: Yvette
  • English: Yvette
  • French: Yvette
  • Spanish: Yvette
  • Spanish (Mexico): Iveth
  • Polish: Iweta
  • Bulgaria: "Ivet" and "Iveta" ИВЕТ, ИВЕТА
  • Latvian: "Iveta"
  • Russian: Ivetta

Name Days[edit]

  • Czech: 7 June
  • Hungarian: 13 January, 6 May and 29 June
  • Polish: 13 January
  • Slovak: 27 May
  • Bulgaria: "Eniovden" Еньовден (Яневден, Яновден, Иванден, Ивъндън, Иван Бильобер, Драгийка) е празник в българския народен календар, който се чества на 24 юни
  • Latvia: 12 December

Famous bearers[edit]


Fictional characters named Yvette[edit]

  • Yvette Carte-Blanche, a fictional character in the British comedy series 'Allo 'Allo!
  • Yvette, the codename of the fictional organiser of the Belgian escape organisation for allied bomber pilots, Lifeline, in the BBC television series Secret Army
  • Yvette Saywell, the protagonist of D.H. Lawrence's The Virgin and the Gipsy
  • Yvette, The maid and secondary character out of the movie Clue
  • Yvette, one of the main six Groovy Girls, a doll series manufactured by Manhattan Toy
  • Yvette Ubetcha, Chet Ubetcha's child replacement and daughter in The Fairly OddParents episode "School's Out! The Musical"
  • Yvette Gabriella Montilyet, Josephine's younger sister in Dragon Age Inquisition.