ANITA
GENDER: Feminine
PRONOUNCED: ah-NEE-tah (Spanish)   [key]
Meaning & History
Spanish, Portuguese, Croatian and Slovene diminutive of ANA
Related Names
VARIANTS: Anabel (Spanish), Anabela (Portuguese), Anica, Anka (Croatian), Anica, Anika (Slovene)
DIMINUTIVES: Ankica (Croatian), Nita (English)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Quanna (African American), Ane, Anne (Basque), Anna (Belarusian), Anna, Hannah (Biblical), Anna (Biblical Greek), Channah (Biblical Hebrew), Anna (Biblical Latin), Anna, Annick (Breton), Ana, Anna, Anka (Bulgarian), Aina, Anna, Anaïs (Catalan), Anna, Hana, Aneta (Czech), Anna, Anu (Estonian), Anne, Hannah, Anaïs, Annette, Anouk, Ninon (French), Ana (Georgian), Anna, Anne, Hanna, Hannah, Anika, Anina, Anja, Annika, Hanne (German), Anna (Greek), Channah, Hannah, Chanah (Hebrew), Anna, Hanna, Anikó, Annuska, Panni (Hungarian), Anna, Hanna (Icelandic), Nainsí (Irish), Anna, Annabella, Annetta (Italian), Anna (Latvian), Ona (Lithuanian), Anke, Antje (Low German), Ana (Macedonian), Anna, Anaïs (Occitan), Ana, Anca (Romanian), Anna, Ania, Annushka, Anushka, Anya (Russian), Annag, Nandag (Scottish), Ana, Anica, Anja, Anka, Jana (Serbian), Anna, Hana (Slovak), Anna, Hanna (Ukrainian), Hena, Henda, Hene, Henye (Yiddish)
Popularity
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