Irit Meir (August 18, 1957 – February 23, 2018) was an Israeli linguist, who specialized in the linguistics of sign languages. She was an associate professor in the Department of Hebrew Language and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Haifa, and the associate director of the Sign Language Research Lab.
Irit Ziffer (Hebrew: עירית ציפר‎; born 1954) is an Israeli archaeologist and art historian. She is the curator of the Ceramics and Copper (Hebrew: Nehushtán) pavilions of the Eretz Israel Museum in Tel Aviv. Her field of expertise is symbols and their meanings in ancient art, especially the way they were used by political powers.
Irit Rogoff (born 1947) is a writer, theorist, teacher and curator. Her research interests include visual culture; contemporary art and critical theory; postcolonialism, geocultures and geographies, cultures of education and gender. Rogoff obtained her PhD from the Courtald Institute of Art in 1987.
Irit Dinur (Hebrew: אירית דינור) is an Israeli mathematician. She is professor of computer science at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Her research is in foundations of computer science and in combinatorics, and especially in probabilistically checkable proofs and hardness of approximation.
Reminds me of Iris, and it is also a flower name. I like how gentle and feminine it sounds.
This is a very pretty name. It sounds feminine but mysterious.
Don't know about the flower, but in Hebrew Irit also refers to a type of herb used in seasoning (chives, I think.)
Pronounced ee-reet.
It means "asphodel", not "daffodil".

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