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The name is also used in Hungary, Germany and Austria. [noted -ed]
-- mufurc  11/19/2005
The name is also used in Czech Republic and Slovakia. [noted -ed]
-- MaggieSimpson  6/2/2008
Pronounced "ZEE-tah".
-- Emilie007  8/12/2008
Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma, the last Empress of Austria, Queen of Hungary, and Queen of Bohemia.
-- bathos  2/25/2011
The name IS Hungarian and many girls/women bear that name in Hungary and in regions neighbouring that country. It is said that it's the result of the "Hungarization" of the Latin/Italian name Felicita(s) (English >Felicity) which means happiness and luck.
The Latin appearance of the name Felicita must be at least 2000 years ago. The Hungarian form Zita might be from somewhere around 5th-8th centuries when the Magyars (now called Hungarians) began to travel closer to "Europe", or 8th-10th century when those Magyars settled down in the ex-roman province Pannonia, later to become Hungary. Because all over those periods they of course had many contacts to their immediate neighbours, the Italians/Latins/Romans.
-- chrisdahl  4/21/2011
Pronounced: ZI-taw.
-- HerculePoirot  9/1/2016

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