What does Jolanta mean?
Jolanta \j(o)-lan-ta, jol(a)-nta\ as a girls' name. Jolanta's roots are Greek, Latin and Spanish, and the meaning of the name Jolanta is "violet flower; purple". Jolanta is a variation of Jolan (Greek): middle-European form of Iolanthe. Jolanta is also a variation of Violet (Latin): one of the earliest flower names. Jolanta is also used as a derivative of Yolanda (Greek, Spanish).
Jolanta has 47 different forms via Jolan, Violet, Yolanda: Eolande, Eolantha, Iola▼, Iolanda, Iolande, Iolantha, Iolanthe, Jola, Jolaine, Jolanda, Jolande, Jolanna, Jolanne, Jolantha, Jolanthe, Vi, Viola▼, Violaine, Violanta, Violante, Violanthe, Viole, Violeine, Violeta, Violetta, Violette▼, Viollet, Violletta, Viollette, Vyolet, Vyoletta, Vyolette, Yalinda, Yalonda, Yola, Yolaiza, Yoland, Yolande, Yolane, Yolanne, Yolantha, Yolanthe, Yolette, Yolie, Yollande, Yolonda and Yulanda.
Jolanta is an unusual given name for females. Jolanta is an equally unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of the girl name Jolanta and corresponding names. Iola, Viola, Violet (#67 the previous year), Violette, Yolanda and Yolonda are the popular variation forms of Jolanta (#unlisted) rated in the Top 1000. These girl names were at the top of their popularity during the years 1910-1919 (usage of 0.5668%) and have become much less widespread since (usage 0.1555%, down 72.6%), with the versions Iola, Viola, Violette and Yolanda becoming less trendy. Violet (#67) is the most chic baby name in this list, and there is also a revival in baby name popularity for this name. (2014 Birth Statistics)