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A famous bearer of this name is French model Laetitia Casta.
-- SSF  10/29/2006
The French form of the name is Lætitia, Laetitia, or Læticia. It's a quite popular name in France.
-- Marie-Amelie  5/24/2008
Princess Maria Laetitia of Belgium (born in 2000) is a granddaugther of king Albert II. Her siblings are Maria Laura, Luisa Maria, Amedeo, and Joachim.
-- SugarPlumFairy  12/15/2010
The princess's name is Laetitia Maria, and her title is Princess Laetitia Maria of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este.
-- Kate  6/27/2011
Laetitia Sadier is a French musician and the lead singer of Stereolab.
-- mymymetrocard  10/23/2011
Laëtitia Pujol is an etoile, or star, at the Paris Opera Ballet.
-- Catalina-lirio  1/24/2012
In the International Phonetic Alphabet, this name's pronunciation is [le.Ti.ʦja]. This gives, according to this site's pronunciation guide, approximately "lay-tee-tsia", but with a short "ee" sound. This name is pronounced with a slight stress, if any, on the last syllable.
-- seraphine_eternal  4/13/2012
This name brings to my mind a little girl who's happy all the time (unrealistic as that may be), smiling and charming (through childlike cuteness) her way into the hearts of everyone around her.
That said, all three of its bearers that I know in real life are mature and pragmatic young women; that said, the one I know best out of the three has a funny side that she only shows to friends, so that causes what I know of her to partially match my impression of the name. What gives? In time to come, I might come to think of this name as one that ages well.
-- seraphine_eternal  4/13/2012
'Laetitia' is the word for 'happiness' or 'joy' in Latin, pronounced 'lie-TI-tee-uh'.

Personally I could never use this name because it just reminds me that I have to study for Latin vocab quizzes.
-- Anonymous User  6/14/2013
I LOVE Laetitia and I love how the French kept the Latin spelling of this 'joyous' name, and its French pronunciation is beautiful and classy.
-- Besito  12/4/2013

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