Meaning & History
Probably a feminine form of Renatus. It came into use during the 1950s.
Other Languages & CulturesRenata(Croatian) Renáta, Renata(Czech) Renate, Renée(Dutch) Renée(French) Renata, Renate(German) Renáta(Hungarian) Renata(Italian) Renata(Late Roman) Renāte(Latvian) Renata(Lithuanian) Renate(Norwegian) Renata, Renia(Polish) Renata(Portuguese) Renata(Romanian) Renáta(Slovak) Renata(Slovene) Renata(Spanish)
People think this name is
formal upper class wholesome strong strange complex serious
Entry updated July 2, 2008