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I love this name so much! I see it more as a boys name, but I went to an all-girl school called "Loretto," so I can see it as unisex. But I like the double "T" in the name.
-- SingingDove114  3/15/2008
Also used as a Spanish name with mainly feminine usage, but also rare masculine usage.
It was first given as a masculine name in Mexico in the mid 17th century and in the mid 18th century as a feminine name with usage increasing across the Spanish-speaking countries in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Though, overall, it's an uncommon name in Spain right now, it was most popular in the 1980s and 1990s.

In Portugal, it is approved as feminine second-element name (added onto names such as Maria -> Maria do Loreto).
-- m4yb3_daijirou  2/27/2016

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