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Gender Feminine
Scripts Агата(Russian, Serbian)
Pronounced Pron. a-GA-ta(Italian, Polish)
a-GHA-ta(Spanish)
u-GA-tə(Russian)
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Meaning & History

Form of AGATHA in various languages.
VariantsÁgueda(Spanish) Agafya(Russian)
DiminutivesAgda(Swedish) Agatka, Jagienka, Jagna(Polish) Jaga(Croatian) Jaga(Serbian)
Masculine FormAgatino(Italian)
Other Languages & CulturesAgatha, Agathe(Ancient Greek) Agáta(Czech) Agathe(Danish) Agatha, Aggie(English) Agathe(French) Agathe(German) Agathi(Greek) Ágota, Ági(Hungarian) Agathe, Ågot(Norwegian) Águeda(Portuguese) Agáta(Slovak)
Same SpellingAgáta
User SubmissionsÁgáta, Ágata, Àgata

People think this name is

classic   mature   formal   upper class   wholesome   strong   refined   strange   simple   serious   nerdy  
Croatia: February 5
Croatia: July 6
Czech Republic: October 14 (as Agáta)
Poland: February 5
Poland: November 14
Slovakia: February 5 (as Agáta)
Sweden: February 5
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