What does Aletta mean?
Aletta [alet-ta] as a name for girls is of Greek and Latin origin, and Aletta means "footloose; small winged one". Aletta is a variant form of Aleta (Greek): also variation of Alethea. Aletta is also a derivative of Alida (Latin).
31 more alternative forms via Aleta, Alethea, Alida: Adela, Adelita, Adelyta, Alaida, Alathea, Alathia, Alda▼, Aldina, Aldona, Aleda, Aleethia, Aleida, Aletha, Alethia, Aletia, Alette, Alidia, Alithea, Alithia, Allda, Alleda, Alletta, Allette, Allida, Allyda, Alyda, Elethea, Ellette, Letty, Oleda and Olette.Creative forms:
(female) Aletai, Aleti, ..
(male) Aletau, Aletma, .. Middle name pairings:
Aletta Sariah (A.S.), ..
How popular is Aletta?
Aletta is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Aletta is an equally unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Aletta was first listed in 1890-1899 and reached its peak position of #1841 in the U.S. in the 1890s, but is not listed currently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Adela (#1123 last year), Letty (#1666), Oleta, Alida, Alethia, Aletha, Alda, Aldona, Aleda, Aleta and Alethea are the popular related forms of Aletta. These forms of Aletta were at the height of their popularity in the 1910s (average #1190) and are now significantly less common, with versions like Alida falling out of fashion.
Aletta is pronounced similarly to Alouetta, Elata, Elitta, Ellita and Willetta. Other suggested similar names are Agatta, Agnetta, Alberta▼, Aldea, Alea, Alecia▼, Alectra, Aleea, Aleena▲, Aleesa, Aleeza, Alegra, Alenka, Alesha▼, Alessa, Alesta, Alexa▲, Alexea, Alexia, Alista, Alitia, Alitza, Allta, Almita, Alouette, Alowette (see Alouette), Altha▼, Althea▼, Althia, Alvita, Aneeta, Aneta, Anett, Anetta, Annetta▼, Areta, Aretta, Arette, Arleta, Arlette, Arnetta, Betta, Bretta, Cetta, Cleta, Coetta, Detta, Elettra, Erletta, Evetta, Gretta, Hetta, Huetta, Ivetta, Jetta, Joetta, Joletta, Letta, Loletta, Netta, Odetta, Oletha, Oretta, Retta▼, Rhetta, Saletta, Valetta, Wyetta, Yetta▼ and Yvetta. These names tend to be more frequently used than Aletta.See names in meaning and etymology.