Meaning & History
Old Czech variant of Judith. This name was borne by an 11th-century duchess of Bohemia, a German noblewoman who was abducted by her husband Duke Bretislav.
Other Languages & CulturesJudith(Biblical) Ioudith(Biblical Greek) Yehudit(Biblical Hebrew) Iudith(Biblical Latin) Judit, Judith, Ditte, Jytte(Danish) Judith(Dutch) Judith, Jodene, Jodi, Jodie, Jody, Jude, Judi, Judie, Judy(English) Juta(Estonian) Judith(French) Judith, Judit, Jutta(German) Yehudit(Hebrew) Judit(Hungarian) Giuditta(Italian) Judith(Jewish) Juta(Latvian) Judita(Lithuanian) Judit, Judith(Norwegian) Judyta(Polish) Judite(Portuguese) Yudif(Russian) Judita(Slovak) Judit, Judith(Spanish) Judit, Judith(Swedish) Yudes(Yiddish)
Entry updated November 16, 2019