What does Nikita mean?
Nikita [niki-ta] as a girls' name (also used more widely as boys' name Nikita) is pronounced nih-KEE-tah. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Nikita is "unconquered". From Aniketos. Also a nickname for Nicole, which is derived from Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. In Russia, also a male name.
Nikita has 1 masculine form: Aniketos.Kreatif forms:
(female) Nikila, Nikira, ..
(male) Nikian, Nikina, ..
How popular is Nikita?
Nikita is a very popular first name for females (#1304 out of 4276, Top 30%) but a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the baby name history of Nikita for girls. Nikita was first listed in 1970-1979 and reached its peak position of #583 in the U.S. in the year 1997, but is not listed currently. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Shown below is an analysis of the history of the girl name Nikita and related names. Prominent alternative forms of Nikita appearing in the Top 2000 are Nakita, Nicola, Nicole (#152 last year), Nicolette (#1677), Niki, Nikia, Nikki (#1609), Nikole and Nykia. Other forms, like Nikoleta, are uncommon. These forms of Nikita were favored by parents 35 years ago (usage of 1.84%) and have become much less popular since (usage 0.15%, 92% less).
Nikita▼ is alike in pronunciation to Naquita. Other recommended names are Annita, Aurita, Belita, Birkita (see Bridget), Birta, Bitta, Carita, Dakota▲, Danita, Davita, Donita, Edita, Ellita, Felita, Gita, Janita, Jenita, Jonita, Julita, Lenita, Liseta, Lolita, Lorita, Lucita, Nadija, Nagida, Nakia▼, Nakisha, Nania, Nata, Natifa, Negida, Neina, Neka, Nelia, Nenica, Nenita, Nerit, Nesta, Neta, Netia, Nia▲, Nibia, Nicija (see Nicia), Nickie, Nickola, Nicotia (see Nicosia), Nidia, Nina, Nineta, Ninetta, Nirit, Nisha, Nita▼, Nituna, Perita, Renita, Rita▼, Ritta, Rosita, Serita, Talita, Tanita, Tita, Unita, Vanita, Verita, Vinita, Vita, Yonita, Yudita, Zanita, Zarita and Zita. These names tend to be less frequently used than Nikita.