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pinWhat does Karita mean?

Karita /kari-ta/ as a name for girls. Karita's root is Latin, and the name Karita means "dear, beloved". Karita is a variant form of Carina (Latin). Karita is also a derivative of Carita (Latin). Karita is also used as a variation of Charity (Latin) and Kara (Latin).


Karita has 1 variant: Caritta.

Karita has 29 more relations via Carina, Carita, Charity, Kara: Cara, Carena, Cariana, Caridad, Carin, Carine, Carinna, Carissa, Carrina, Charita, Chariti, Chariza, Kaira, Karah, Karee, Kareena, Karena, Kari, Kariana, Kariann, Karianna, Karie, Karina, Karine, Karrah, Karri, Karrie, Kary and Sharity.

Kreatif forms: Karika, Kyrita. [more]

pinHow popular is Karita?

Karita is a rare first name for females. Karita is an equivalently unique last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Below is a charted comparison of the popularity of the girl name Karita and affiliated names. Popular alternative forms of Karita (outside Top 1000) are Cara (#672 the previous year), Carina, Carissa, Charity, Kara (#442), Kari, Karie, Karina (#429), Karri and Karrie. These relations of Karita were favored by parents in 1991 (median #498) and are somewhat less widespread today (#854, 71% less), with versions like Cara, Carina, Carissa, Charity and Karrie falling out of style. Kara and Karina are two of the more trendy birth names in this list. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Cara, Carina, Carissa, Charity, Kara in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Kari, Karie, Karina, Karri, Karrie in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Cara, Kara outside U.S.

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Karita is pronounced similarly to Caretta, Corita and Koretta. Other suggested similar baby names are Brita, Carisa, Carlita, Clarita, Davita, Dorita, Kadiya, Kaila, Kait, Kaite, Karimah, Karisha, Karmia, Katia, Katria, Kiria, Lalita, Larisa, Malita, Maritza, Marta, Martta, Ranita, Tanita and Zaria. These names tend to be more commonly used than Karita.