What does Danita mean?
Danita /dani-ta/ as a name for girls. Danita's root is Old English, and the meaning of the name Danita is "God is my Judge". Danita is a variant form, with the suffix -ta, of Danielle (Hebrew, French): feminine variation of Daniel. Danita is also a derivative of Danna (Old English).
Danita▼ has 44 relations via Danielle, Danna: Daanelle, Dana▼, Danee, Danele, Danella, Danelle▼, Danelley, Danette▼, Daney, Dani, Dania▼, Danica▲, Danice, Danie, Daniela▲, Daniele, Daniella▲, Danijela, Danila, Danise, Danit, Danitza, Dannah, Dannalee, Dannee, Dannell, Dannelle, Dannette, Danney, Danni, Dannia, Danniella, Dannielle, Dannon, Danny, Dannyce, Dantina, Dany, Danya, Danyell, Danyella, Danyelle, Dhanielle and Doneille.Kreatif forms: Danido. [more]
How popular is Danita?
Danita is a very popular first name for women (#1280 out of 4276, Top 30%) but a unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name popularity of Danita for girls. Danita was first listed in 1950-1959 and reached its apex position of #707 in the U.S. during 1960-1969, but is not found in the list currently. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)
Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of the girl name Danita and associated names. Daniela (#225 2 years ago), Danielle (#264), Daniella (#319), Danna (#544), Danica (#557), Dana (#789), Danyelle, Danette, Dania and Danelle are the prominent varying forms of Danita. Adoption of these forms of Danita was at its apex in 2008 (average #616) and is almost as widespread today (#699, down 21.7%), but with the versions Dana, Danelle, Dania, Danita and Danette falling out of fashion. Danielle has been the top favorite, although Daniela appears to be getting popular too. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)
Danita▼ is pronounced similarly to Dawnita, Denita, Donata and Donita▼. Other suggested similar baby names are Damita, Danet, Danika▼, Danira, Dantea, Davita, Dinitia, Hanita, Janita, Lanita, Ranita, Tanita, Vanita, Wanita and Zanita. These names tend to be less frequently used than Danita.