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Meaning of the Name Dita

The first name Dita is of Spanish origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Spanish: Abreviation of the English Edith. Happy Warfare, Spoils of War

Similar Names

Dada | Daith | Dhiaa' | Diya | Duha | Daia | Daya | Dayita | Dea | Di |

Related Names

Adita  (African)
Basket
Afrodita  (Hispanic)
Goddess of Love and Beauty (Aphrodite)
Ahladita  (Indian)
in happy mood
Ahladita  (Hindu)
In Happy Mood. Origin: Sanskrit
Anandita  (Indian)
happy
Anandita  (Hindu)
Happy
Anidita  (Hindu)
Blameless
Buck  ()
Unpremeditated in Direct Action
Candace  (English)
Candace Was an Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candice  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candiss  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candyce  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Chowdhury  (Hindu)
Chief of Four. A Hereditary Title of Honor, Awarded by Moghul Emperors to Persons of Eminence
Edita  (Spanish)
Spoils of War
Edita  (Italian)
Wealthy
Edita  (Spanish)
From the Name Edith
Edita  (Anglo Saxon)
Joyous
Edita  (Hispanic)
Rich Gift; Form of Edith
Esther  (Persian)
Star, Meditative, Silent, Composed.(Esta, Essie, Estella, Estelle, Ester, Herter, Hettie, Hetty)
Hegai  (Biblical)
Meditation, Word, Groaning, Separation
Hegai  (Biblical)
Meditation, Word, Groaning, Separation
Hege  (Biblical)
Meditation, Word, Groaning, Separation
Hege  (Biblical)
Meditation, Word, Groaning, Separation
Higgaion  (Biblical)
Meditation, Consideration
Higgaion  (Biblical)
Meditation, Consideration
Jeshohaia  (Biblical)
The Pressing; the Meditation of God
Kandace  (English)
Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandee  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandi  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandice  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandis  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandiss  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandiss  (English)
Modern Variant of 'Candace' - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandy  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandyce  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Nandita  (Indian)
happy
Nandita  (Hindu)
Happy
Nivedita  (Hindu)
One Dedicated to Service
Nivedita  (Indian)
one dedicated to service
Pandita  (Hindu)
Studious
Perdita  (Latin)
Lost Woman
Perdita  (Latin)
Lost. Perdita Was the Heroine of Shakespeare's Play 'The Winter's Tale'
Perdita  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' Daughter to Leontes and Hermione
Perdy  (Latin)
From Perdita
Shepherd  (Shakespearean)
'The Winter's Tale' the Reputed Father of Perdita is an Old Shepherd in the Play
Stella  (Persian)
Star, Estella, Hester, Hetty, Meditative, Silent, Composed
Tadita  (Native American)
A Runner
Tadita  (Native American)
Runner

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