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So old lady.
Curious me  8/20/2018
Juanita is the name of both my mother and my maternal great-grandmother. It is a very beautiful name. My great-grandmother was born in 1919, and I'm told Spanish names were popular among the white American population. This would make sense as my family isn't Hispanic.
ezra  1/2/2018
I am grateful for my name. Love it.
Ywright  11/18/2017
The name Juanita was given to 94 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/16/2016
Sounds like the name of an elderly African-American woman.
TyrannosaurusRegina  10/1/2015
The name Juanita was given to 82 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/18/2013
Juanita Phillips is an Australian journalist. She is the presenter for ABC news.
clouds  10/5/2012
Juanita is the diminutive of Juana. [noted -ed]
ADT  6/25/2012
Juanita Solis is the daughter of Gabrielle Solis in the hit TV show, Desperate Housewives.
― Anonymous User  1/23/2009
Juanita Hall, American actress and singer.
Kosta  1/20/2009
Juanita Juarez is a Czech drum´n´bass DJ. Real name is Lukáš Turza.
Emilie007  12/13/2008
In one of the Garfield books, Juanita is the only girl in the rats' group.
Dianna475  3/25/2008
Personally, I believe that Juanita is actually a very pretty name, it means 'beautiful' in Spanish.
― Anonymous User  7/28/2007
Juanita doesn't mean "beautiful" in Spanish. That's "hermosa" or "bella". You may be thinking of "bonita" (pretty). Juanita is a feminine form of Juan (John in English). Juan comes from the Hebrew name Yochanan, which means "Yahweh (God) is gracious". So, ultimately, Juanita means "Yahweh is gracious".
― Anonymous User  6/1/2009
John means "Yahweh is gracious." Yahweh was a Hebrew God so, "God is Gracious".
― Anonymous User  4/27/2007
I know one Juanita, though apparently it's really common. I guess in my area popular names elsewhere just do not appear. I only know of one Ashley, two Jessica's, no Emily's, though there are tons of Zoe's and I only know one Michael! Weird, it's actually quite funny reading these long debates about so called popular names when I don't know a single person who is called that.
Juanita is a pretty name, though a little childish for my liking, but I really do like it.
― Anonymous User  2/1/2007
Juanita is more likely to be the Spanish form of Janet.
FairyGirl  8/20/2006
Juanita means Jenny in Spanish!
― Anonymous User  7/31/2005
Actually Juanita is Janey, not Jenny. Since Juanita is a Spanish variant of JOHN, so it would be Jane. It is also the Spanish form of Jeanette.
― Anonymous User  4/7/2006

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