Scarlett – Scary Mommy

Scarlett

The meaning of this name is exactly as it looks: One who wears or sells red cloth. Shocker, right? This name became famous in the late 1930s thanks to the famous southern heroine who made a dress out of a curtain in Gone with the Wind, yet her husband ended up not giving a damn anyway.

Nicknames:

Lettie and Lottie.

Famous people named Scarlett:

Scarlett Johansson; Scarlett O’Hara; Scarlet Overkill, villain from Minions.

Fun fact:

Even though Scarlett has been around for 80 years, it didn’t rise to popularity until the 2000s so it’s still a fairly unique name if you’re looking for something a little different.

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