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What does Constanta mean?

Constanta Pronunciation of Constanta [con-stan-ta] as a girls' name is a Latin name, and Constanta means "constant, steadfast". Constanta is an alternate spelling of Constance (Latin).


Constanta has 8 variants: Constancy, Constantija, Constantina, Constantine, Constantya, Konstance, Konstantija and Konstantina.

9 more different relations via Constance: Conetta, Constanca, Constancia, Constantia, Constanz, Constanza, Constanze, Konstancja and Konstanze.

Creative forms:
(female) Constanda, Constanna, ..

(male) Constandi, Constanto, ..

Middle name pairings:
Constanta Talya (C.T.), ..

How popular is Constanta?

Constanta is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Constanta is also an uncommon last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. The only popular related form of Constanta (not ranked) is Constance (#1544 a year ago). Other forms, like Conetta, are uncommon. This form of Constanta was favored by parents 8 decades ago (#107) and is now much less popular (#1544, down 97%), with Constance becoming less stylish. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Constance in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Constanta is alike in pronunciation to Constantijna. Other recommended names are Ashanta, Cantara, Castalia, Chanta, Chastina, Chrisanta, Chrissanta (see Crisanta), Christana, Christanna, Cinetta, Coetta, Coletta, Concepta, Concetina, Concetta, Conchata, Concheta, Conchita, Conrada, Consolata, Consuela, Corazana, Coreana (see Corinna), Coretta, Corisanda, Corrianna, Cosetta, Crescenta, Cressant (see Crescent), Crisanna, Crisanta, Crisiant, Cristena, Cristiana, Cristianna, Cristina, Crystena, Crystina, Crystyna, Donata, Donetta, Fuensanta, Honorata, Iolanta, Jolanta, Jonetta, Konstantia (see Konstanze), Montana and Montanna (see Montana). These names tend to be more frequently used than Constanta.

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