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The name Violet of The Incredibles movie character Violet Parr is a reference to her being an extremely shy person.

There are many speculations as to why the character in The Incredibles has been named and an exact reason is not known.

There are many speculations as to why the character in The Incredibles has been named and an exact reason is not known.Violet Parr, the firstborn of the Parr clan, is a fictional character in The Incredibles movie series produced by Disney-Pixar. At first, she is depicted as gloomy, shy, uncertain who stays in the background, and does not speak too much with any of the family members. Because of her puberty and family factors, she has become shy and withdrawn. But as time progressed, she has changed herself as outward and more confident.

The origin of the name 'Violet' is unknown even though there are various speculations regarding it. Some people say that the name was adapted based on her violet hair. It is also believed that the name Violet refers to the term 'shrinking violet' as she is a shy person that does not seek much attention from others. Another theory suggests that Violet is a mixture of red and blue, which were the colors of her parents' costumes that gave her the name Violet. There is also a belief that the character was named Violet based on her ability to reflect ultraviolet light while she is invisible. However, the actual reason for her being named Violet is not known.

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