User comments for Elita (Meaning / History Only)

Elita means "chosen one".
― Anonymous User  11/16/2014
Wiktionary says that Elita was first recorded as a given name of Latvians during 1850 - 1875. Possibly from French élite ("elite"), or a phonetic coinage.
― Anonymous User  9/30/2012
Means "The Chosen One". Of Latin and French origin from the Latin word "elite" which was taken from the French word "élire" meaning "to choose". Also short form of names ending in "elita" or "lita".
XxKerr-MayxX  6/19/2009
Elita means "Chosen one" in Latin.
― Anonymous User  6/24/2007
Another form of the name is Eleta and it is French for chosen one.
― Anonymous User  5/14/2005
Eleta is not French. The French for chosen one is "élue". Please don't make up stuff.
Miss Claire  5/14/2005

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