Other Origin(s):British, French
Meaning:From Brittany or Britain
Brette offers a gender-neutral title of English and French origins. Also spelled as Brett, Brette was originally a surname that referred to the bearer being from Brittany, a Breton-speaking province in France. Brett traveled to England during the 1066 Norman Conquest, where it remains a popular surname today. Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises pioneered using Brett as a personal name, borne by the enchanting Lady Brett Ashley. With the addition of “e,” Brette is infused with French charm while nodding to its Celtic-language lineage.
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