[ syll. (c)han-te, ch-a-nte ] The baby girl name Chante is also used as a boy name, though it is far more popular for girls. It is pronounced CH-AENTiy †. Chante has its origins in the Old Provençal language and it is used largely in English. Chante is a shortening of the Dutch, English, and French Chantal.
See also the related category english.
Chante is uncommon as a baby girl name. At the modest height of its usage in 1993, 0.016% of baby girls were named Chante. It was #675 in rank then. The baby name has substantially dropped in popularity since then, and is currently of only sporadic use. Within all girl names in its family, Chante was nevertheless the most frequently used in 2018. Chante has primarily been a baby girl name in the last century.
Baby names that sound like Chante include Chantae (English), Chantea (English), Chantee (English), Chantey (English), Chanti, Canda (English), Chanda (English and Indian), Chandaa (Indian), Chandea, Chandee, Chandey, Chandi (Indian and English), Chandie (English), Chandy (English), Chantai (English), Chantaye (English), Chanteau (English), Chanthou, Chauntay (English), and Chauntea.
† approx pronunciation for Chante: CH as in "cheese (CH.IY.Z)" ; AE as in "at (AE.T)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; T as in "tee (T.IY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)"