noun, plural Pi·er·rettes [pee-uh-rets; French pye-ret] /ˌpi əˈrɛts; French pyɛˈrɛt/. (sometimes lowercase)
Origin of Pierrette
Examples from the Web for pierrette
Later, Pierrette posed on the cover of the French Playboy under the title “Madame Le Pen Nude.”Brigitte Bardot Pens Letter Of Support For Far-Right Front National Candidate Marine Le Pen|Eric Pape|February 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Here is a letter of which the major's son said nothing to Pierrette.
Silence reigned; Pierrette was watching the game, Sylvie's attention was distracted from her by the interest of the grande misere.
By her first marriage she had a daughter, who was the wife of Major Lorrain, and the mother of Pierrette.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z|Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe
She scarcely answered her brother's silly remarks, yet she looked at him only; her eyes avoided Pierrette.
Pierrette suffered many a cruel blow on the tender flesh of her heart.