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What does Carmyta mean?

Carmyta Pronunciation of Carmyta [carmy-ta] as a name for girls is of Hebrew derivation, and the name Carmyta means "garden, orchard". Carmyta is an alternate spelling of Carmen (Hebrew): originally a Spanish variation of Carmel.


Carmyta has 2 variants: Carmita and Karmita.

16 more relations via Carmen: Carma, Carman, Carmelia, Carmelita, Carmi, Carmia, Carmie, Carmin, Carmina, Carmine, Carmon, Carmyna, Carmynn, Karmia, Karmina and Karmyn.

Creative forms:
(female) Camyta, Carmyla, ..


Middle name pairings:
Carmyta Jacquelyn (C.J.), ..

How popular is Carmyta?

Carmyta is an unusual first name for females. Carmyta is an equally uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Prominent related forms of Carmyta (outside Top 2000) are Carmen (#382 in 2015), Karmyn (#1735), Carmon, Carmelita, Carman and Carma. Usage of these relations of Carmyta was widespread 45 years ago (usage of 0.1%) and is now much diminished (usage 0.05%, 53%). (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Carma, Carman, Carmelita, Carmen, Carmon, Karmyn in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Calysta, Camala, Camela, Camia, Camila, Camyla, Candita, Cara, Caralea, Caranda, Carenna, Caresa, Caressa, Caretta, Cariana, Carinna, Carita, Caritta, Carlana, Carlena, Carleta, Carletha, Carlia, Carlisa, Carlita, Carlla, Carlota, Carlotta, Carly, Carlye, Carlyjo (see Carla), Carlyn, Carlyna, Carlyne, Carlyta (see Carly), Carmel, Carmela, Carmeli, Carmella, Carmesa, Carmiela (see Carmel), Carmila, Carmit, Carmiya, Carmy, Carna, Carola, Carrina, Carrisa, Carrola, Carry, Carryn, Cary, Carynn, Carynna, Carys, Catryna, Cayla, Charista, Charma, Claresta, Claretta, Coretta, Crista, Karlota, Karlyta, Laretta, Larita, Marita, Marketa, Marta, Martita, Martta, Sarolta and Zarita. These names tend to be more frequently used than Carmyta.

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