Derived from Garrett, which is the Irish variation of the Germanic name Gerard, meaning “brave” and “spear.” So watch out when little Jarrett is running around the backyard with a stick, because he just might be brave enough to jab it into places it doesn’t need to be jabbed.
Jare, Jerry, Rett.
Famous people named Jarrett:
Basketball player Jarrett Jack; football players Jarrett Payton, Jarrett Brown, and Jarrett Lee; baseball player Jarrett Parker.
There is a Jarrett, West Virginia ... and Maryland has a Jarrettsville.