Comments for the name Letitia


Comments for LETITIA:

Letitia is being used again in the last 10 years in New Zealand. Also spelt Latisha.
-- Ganma  1/19/2006
I'm a Napoleon fan (I know that it is funny), and Napoleon's mum's name was Letitia Ramolini (before she got married to Carlo Bounaparte).
-- Dahlis  1/29/2006
Letitia Van Allen is a character in Gore Vidal's novel "Myra Breckinridge." When Mae West played the role in the movie, she insisted that the character's name be changed to "Leticia"! (P.S.: Avoid the movie; it's a real stinkeroo.)
-- Kosta  6/13/2006
One of my coworkers is named Letitia. I haven't heard of it until I met her. I think it's a cool name!
-- firstborn_86  11/8/2006
I have heard this name pronounced LOO-TISH-a and li-TISH-a (in New Zealand).
-- Dani California  12/11/2006
First Lady Letitia Christian Tyler was the first First Lady to die in the White House.
-- Stella92  2/4/2007
Letitia is the name of the old lady in The Vicar of Dibley.
-- FairyGirl  9/20/2007
Tish is a nice nickname.
-- maria_martillo  10/27/2007
I like this name and the meaning of this name. It's sounds so gracious.
-- aquaspirit96  1/15/2008
In other languages than English, this is probably a pretty and sophisticated name, even if somewhat overrated. In English, this sounds like a ghetto name.
-- slight night shiver  4/27/2008
So that's where all the 'Lettices' come from.
-- Sandcrawler  7/22/2008
My name is Leticia, it is not an unusual name here in Brazil, but these days there aren't many Leticias, at least I only met a couple. Usually it is written Letícia and pronounced Le-ti-sia.
-- masakiii  2/14/2009
This name is traditionally pronounced "le-TISH-ə", though apparently there is a ghasty alternative pronunciation going around in the form of "le-TEESH-ə".
-- JJSkeete  8/2/2010
This is a rather nice name, if pronounced le-tish-uh, but I really don't like the nickname Titty, like one of the girls in "Swallows and Amazons"! :( Although I do like the nickname Letty, as in Letty Lind, the late 19th-Century English actress. :)
-- walesgal92  8/28/2010

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