The name Scarlett was first used in English and French. It is derived from an English surname and is an occupational name that was used to refer to people who sold clothing made of scarlet. In French, Scarlet can be translated to mean "red." While the name originally rose to fame as a result of the heroine in Gone with the Wind, the name continues to be a popular choice in the United States.
Similar Names: Scarlet, Scarlette,
Famous Scarlett Names: Scarlett Johansson (actress), Scarlett Pomers (actress)