Scarlett
Origin/Usage
English
Pronunciation
SKAHR-lət
Meaning
Red cloth vendor
More info about the name "Scarlett"

Scarlett originates in English language and is derived from a surname of a person who made or sold clothes made from scarlet. Scarlet as the name of the cloth is ultimately derived from a Persian expression. The most common color of the cloth was carmine red. As a given name it was popularized in Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind, where Scarlett O'Hara was the main character. More recently, American actress Scarlett Johansson is a famous bearer.

Popularity of the Name Scarlett
Also Spelled Like...

Scarlet, Scarlette, Skarlet, Skarlett, Skarlette

Famous Scarletts

Scarlett Johansson - actress
Scarlett Pomers - actress

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