What does Pietra mean?
Pietra /pie-tra/ as a name for girls. Pietra's roots are Greek and French, and the meaning of the name Pietra is "rock". Pietra is a version, with the prefix Pi-, of Petra (Greek): feminine variation of Peter. Pietra is also a derivative of Pierette (French).
Pietra has 1 variant: Petria.Kreatif forms:
(female) Peatra, Pietraie, ..
(male) Piethe, Pietrace, ..
How popular is Pietra?
Pietra is an unusual first name for females. Pietra is an unusual surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Petra (#1524 via latest list) and Petrina are the prominent varying forms of Pietra (not ranked). Other forms, like Petria, are uncommon. These forms of Pietra reached the peak of their popularity during 1900-1909 (median #1268) and are now much less popular. Shown below is a comparison of the statistics of the girl name Pietra and corresponding names. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Recommended names are Alectra, Ameera, Anitra, Astra, Atera, Bera, Cedra, Ceira, Ciara▼, Ciarra, Cieara, Ciearra, Ciera▼, Cierra▼, Cintra, Cira, Debra▼, Deedra, Deetra, Devra, Diedra, Eidra, Electra, Elektra, Fedra, Fiora, Hera, Ilectra (see Electra), Jethra, Keera, Keira, Kera, Kerra, Kiarra▼, Kiera, Kierra▼, Kirra, Kitra, Leeora, Meera, Meira, Mera, Mitra, Pearla, Pelia, Penna, Pera, Peri, Perl, Perla, Petula, Phadra, Phaedra, Phedra, Phedre, Philyra, Pilar, Pima, Pipere, Quetura, Rieta, Seara, Sera, Siera, Sierra▼, Sintra, Terra▼, Tiara▼, Tiera, Tierra▼, Tifara, Timora, Veira, Zinara and Zipora. These names tend to be more frequently used than Pietra.