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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. [noted -ed]
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
It sounds cool. Like it a lot...
-- DundiculutNicholas  1/27/2017

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