Scarlett Skelton in the US

  1. #36,601,183 Scarlett Singer
  2. #36,601,184 Scarlett Sirak
  3. #36,601,185 Scarlett Sizemore
  4. #36,601,186 Scarlett Skaggs
  5. #36,601,187 Scarlett Skelton
  6. #36,601,188 Scarlett Skiftun
  7. #36,601,189 Scarlett Slack
  8. #36,601,190 Scarlett Slenker
  9. #36,601,191 Scarlett Sloan
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Meaning & Origins

Name popularized by the central character in the novel Gone With the Wind (1936) by Margaret Mitchell, later made into a famous film. The characters in the novel bear a variety of unusual given names, which had a remarkable influence on naming practices throughout the English-speaking world in the 20th century. According to the novel, the name of the central character was Katie Scarlett O'Hara (the middle name representing her grandmother's maiden surname), but she was always known as Scarlett. The surname Scarlett is in origin an occupational name for a dyer or for a seller of rich, bright fabrics, from Old French escarlate ‘scarlet cloth’ (Late Latin scarlata, of uncertain, probably Semitic, derivation).
2,548th in the U.S.
Northern English: habitational name from places in Cumbria and Yorkshire, originally named with the same elements as Shelton, but with a later change of ‘s’ to ‘sk’ under Scandinavian influence. The surname has also been established in Ireland for four or five centuries.
2,212th in the U.S.

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