Meaning & History
Probably a feminine form of RENATUS
. It came into use during the 1950s.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Renata (Croatian), Renata, Renáta (Czech), Renate, Renée (Dutch), Renée (French), Renata, Renate (German), Renáta (Hungarian), Renata (Italian), Renata (Late Roman), Renate (Norwegian), Renata, Renia (Polish), Renata (Portuguese), Renáta (Slovak), Renata (Slovene), Renata (Spanish)
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