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What does Barbarita mean?

Barbarita Pronunciation of Barbarita [bar-bari-ta] as a girls' name is a Latin name, and the name Barbarita means "foreign woman". Barbarita is a variant form of Barbara (Latin).


Barbarita has 1 variant: Barbarit.

9 more different relations via Barbara: Babara, Babita, Barabara, Barbar, Barbarella, Barbera, Barbora, Barbra and Berberia.

Creative forms:


Middle name pairings:
Barbarita Annmarie (B.A.), ..

How popular is Barbarita?

Barbarita is an unusual first name for females. Barbarita is also an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Barbara (#865 from current records) and Barbra are the popular related forms of Barbarita (outside Top 2000) listed in the Top 2000. Adoption of these relations of Barbarita was well-received 85 years ago (usage of 4.62%) and has become significantly reduced since (usage 0.01%, 99.7% less). (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Barbara, Barbra in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Barbarita and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Alvarita, Balbina, Bambalina, Bambina, Barbette, Barbi, Barbie, Barbro, Barra, Barri, Barrie, Barta, Berbera, Berberya (see Barbara), Bernadina, Bernaetta (see Bernadette), Bernarda, Bernardina, Bernita, Berrit, Berrta, Bertita (see Bertha), Beruria, Birkita (see Bridget), Borbala, Brigita, Brita, Cambaria, Carita, Carlita, Carmalita, Carmarit (see Carmel), Carmelita, Carmita, Cerrita, Charita, Clarita, Janerita (see Jane), Karita, Karlita, Karmita, Laanita (see Anita), Laberta, Larita, Laurita, Marchita, Marcita, Margareta, Margaretta, Margarida, Margarit, Margarita, Margarite, Margerita (see Margaret), Margharita, Margherita, Margita, Marguarita, Marguerita, Marguita, Mariquita, Marita, Markita, Marquita, Marsita, Martita, Maurita, Sarita, Sharita, Tabita, Terasita and Zarita. These names tend to be more commonly used than Barbarita.

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