Henrietta Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Henrietta:
British form of the French name Henriette, a feminine diminutive of Henri, which is derived from the German Heinrich (ruler of an enclosure, home ruler).
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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Rie, Etta, Hettie, Ettie, Hattie, Hennie, Nettie, Hen, Penny, Henri, Henria,hetty
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henrietta means ruler of the home....it comes from the name henry...its a germanic name
- Famous real-life people named Henrietta
Henrietta Maria of France, Princess of France and Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1625-49)
Henrietta Anne of England, Duchess D'Orleans and the youngest daughter of Henrietta Maria and King Charles I of England
Henrietta Szold, American Jewish activist and founder of the women's aid organization Hadassah
Henrietta Ónodi, Hungarian gymnast..,henrietta omobude-Iriogbe agri.
- Henrietta in song, story & screen
Henrietta is Peter and Olivia's daughter in the TV series "Fringe."
Henrietta (also called "Duckface"), character left at the altar by Hugh Grant in "Four Weddings and a Funeral"
"Henrietta," song by the Fratellis
Henrietta Biggle, goth girl in South Park
Henrietta Tubbs, the heavyset wife of Otto Tubbs, the heavyset farmer in the internet comic blog "The Greasers of Hazzick Flats", whose 350-pound daughter Arbuttle marries "the worst hood in town", Alex S. Smuckers. Alex referrs to her as "Old Lady Tubbs". http://www.thegreasersofhazzickflats.blogspot.com
Henrietta is the name of the second-to-oldest sister in the book siries of "All of a Kind Family". She goes by Henny. You should read the books, because their good books and, before I read them when my mom said "Henny" or "Henrietta" I thought it was a little different, but I got used to it quick after reading all five books. It is a fun sireis.