What does Pepita mean?
(female) Pepido, Pepira, ..
(male) Pepidy, Pepitan, ..
How popular is Pepita?
Pepita is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Pepita is also an uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Below is a charted comparison of the history of Pepita and associated names. Joseph is the only prominent variation form of Pepita (outside Top 2000) listed in the Top 2000. This relation of Pepita was favored by parents 94 years ago (#619). (2014 Birth Statistics)
Suggested similar names are Adelita, Alita, Alvita, Amelita, Amrita, Aurita, Babita, Belita, Benita▼, Bernita, Berrta, Beta, Cetta, Cherita, Danita, Davita, Dellta (see Delta), Denita, Donita, Edita, Felita, Genista, Hanita, Irita, Jenista, Jenita, Jovita, Larita, Leeta, Lenita, Leta▼, Letta, Lorita, Lulita, Lupita, Luzita, Malita, Meerta, Melita, Melyta, Nakita, Nenita, Neta, Nita▼, Pamina, Paniya, Parisa, Paulita, Pelia, Pelipa, Pella, Penina, Perdita, Perita, Perlita, Perpetua, Phelia, Phemia, Phila, Pia, Pippa, Pnina, Precia, Purity, Reita, Renita, Rosita, Serita, Tanita, Unita, Venita, Verita, Veta, Vinita and Yonita. These names tend to be more frequently used than Pepita.