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Gender Feminine
Usage German, French
Pronounced Pron. bree-GI-tə(German)
BREE-ZHEET(French)
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Meaning & History

German and French form of BRIDGET.

Related Names

VariantsBirgit, Brigitta(German)
DiminutiveGitta(German)
Other Languages & CulturesBrigita(Croatian) Brigita(Czech) Birgit, Birgitta, Birgitte, Berit, Birte, Birthe, Brita, Britt, Britta, Gitte(Danish) Brigitta(Dutch) Bridget, Biddy, Bridgette, Delia(English) Piret(Estonian) Birita(Faroese) Birgitta, Piritta, Brita, Pirjo, Pirkko, Priita, Riitta(Finnish) Brigitta(Hungarian) Birgitta(Icelandic) Breda, Bríd, Bride, Bridget, Brighid, Brigid, Bedelia, Biddy, Bidelia, Bridie(Irish) Bridget, Brighid, Brigid, Brigit(Irish Mythology) Brigida(Italian) Brigita(Latvian) Breeshey(Manx) Birgit, Birgitta, Birgitte, Berit, Brit, Brita, Britt, Britta(Norwegian) Brygida(Polish) Brígida(Portuguese) Brigita(Slovak) Brigita(Slovene) Brígida(Spanish) Birgit, Birgitta, Berit, Brita, Britt, Britta, Gittan(Swedish) Ffraid(Welsh)

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