MITZI
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: German
PRONOUNCED: MIT-see   [key]
Meaning & History
German diminutive of MARIA
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Maia (Basque), Mariona, Ona (Catalan), Maja, Mare, Marica, Mojca (Croatian), Madlenka, Maja, Marika (Czech), Maiken, Maja, Majken, Marianne, Mia (Danish), Maaike, Manon, Marianne, Marieke, Mariëtte, Marijke, Marijse, Marike, Mariska, Marita, Meike, Mia, Mieke, Miep, Mies, Ria, Jet, Marjan (Dutch), Mae, Mamie, Marianne, Mariel, Marilyn, Marinda, Marion, Maureen, May, Mia, Maralyn, Marian, Marilynn, Marlyn, Marylyn, Mayme, Merilyn, Merrilyn, Molly, Mya (English), Maarika, Marika (Estonian), Jaana, Maarika, Maija, Mari, Marianne, Marika, Marita, Maritta, Marjatta, Marjukka, Marjut, Miia, Mirja (Finnish), Manon, Marianne, Marielle, Mariette, Marion, Marise, Mailys, Maylis (French), Maike, Mareike (Frisian), Marika (Greek), Mari, Marica, Marika, Mariska (Hungarian), Mæja (Icelandic), Mairenn, Máirín, Maureen, Maurine (Irish), Mariella, Marietta, Mimi (Italian), Malle, Molle (Medieval English), Maiken, Maja, Marianne, Mia (Norwegian), Maja, Marika, Maryla, Marzena (Polish), Mariazinha (Portuguese), Manya, Masha, Maryana (Russian), Maja, Marica (Serbian), Maja, Marika (Slovak), Maja, Marica, Mojca (Slovene), Marita (Spanish), Maritza (Spanish (Latin American)), Maja, Majken, Marianne, Mia, My (Swedish), Mairwen (Welsh), Mirele (Yiddish)
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