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Girl Names Ending with -ita

Ita ending baby names and what they mean, with 182 results. -ita names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the top of their popularity a century ago (USAGE OF 1.11%) and have become much less widespread since (USAGE 0.03%, 97.5% LESS), with names like Nita becoming less in vogue. Pita (TOP 11%) and Keita (21%) are conventional -ita last names.

-ita names

Adelita - Belita | Belita - Carlita | Carmalita - Dawnita | Denita - Florita | Ghita - Lanita | Larita - Marita | .. - .. | Zanita - Zita

Adelita - Belita

Var. of Adela. Root fr. Old German element. "Noble." Adelila and Adelira are creative forms. See also Amelita.

Alida and variants

Lita, Elita, Alita1, Adelita2
Forms of Alida. Derivative of Latin word. "Small winged one." Alira is also a moderately popular girl's name.

Derived fr. Sanskrit element. "Learned person." Rare. Compare Adhita with popular -ta surnames Abata (TOP 85%), Aita (36%). See also Aditi.

.. Spanish short form of Adelita. Rather quaint as a birth name now, though Alita still occurs commonly as a first name for women. See also Aleida.

Almita, Allmita
Forms of Almeda. Derivative of Latin. "Ambitious." Allmita and Almita are sparsely used as feminine names.

Combination of Alva and Rita. Unusual. Alvarita, like Amrita, Alberta, ends with the favored -ta. See also Alvara.

Derivative of Latin language. "Lively." Alvita was not a Top birth name in 2018. See also Alita.

Var. of Amada. Origin fr. Latin word. "Lovable." Rather quirky as a birth name.

Emelita1, Amelita1, Amalita
Forms of Amelia. Derived fr. Latin, Old German languages. "Rival, eager work." Amalita, Amelita and Emelita were not Top birth names in 2018.

Emelita2, Amelita2
Var. of Emily. From Latin element. "Rival; laborious; eager." Rare, with the -ta suffix for Amelita, Emelita, like Elitta, Eletta.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ita names: Angelita, Anita, Annita, Arnita, Lanita

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ita names: Lita, Nita

Based on Sanskrit, Hebrew, Italian elements. "Endless; truth; friendship." Amita is not in the Top 2000. See also Amity.

Derived fr. Hindi language. "Immortal." Amrita is not a Top 2000 name. See also Aurita.

Source fr. Persian language. "Immaculate, undefiled." Uncommon as a baby name, but Anahita is comparable to the more conventional Annita.


Var. of Angela. Based on Greek. "Messenger; angel, messenger of God." Angelita has trended downward in favor as a birth name since the 1930s. See also Angelea.

Anita and variants

Anita1, var. Nita1, Nenita, Lanita, Laanita, Annita
From Spanish language. Originally a Spanish pet form of .. Used widely as girls' names, Anita, Nenita, etc. are similar to the conventional Anisa.

Anne and variants

Nita2, Anita2
Forms of Anne. Based on Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Usage of Anita and Nita as girls' names in 2018 was 6.5% less than the year before.


Form of Arnette. Root fr. Old German language. "Eagle ruler." Arnita is a frequently occurring (TOP 61%) first name. See also Arnina.

Var. of Aurelia. From Latin. "Golden." A novel baby name. See also Areta.

Barbarita, Babita
Forms of Barbara. From Latin word. "Foreign woman." Uncommon. Babita and Barbarita are not listed in the US Census.

Isabelita, Chabelita, Bellita, Belita
Forms of Isabel. Origin fr. Hebrew language. "God is my oath." Not Top 2000 names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ita names for girls.

1. Adelita - Belita
Adela [Adelita], Alida [Lita, ..], Adhita, Alita, Almeda [Almita, ..], Alvarita, Alvita, Amada [Amadita], Amelia [Emelita, ..], Emily [Emelita, ..], Amita, Amrita, Anahita, Angela [Angelita], Anita [Nita, ..], Anne [Nita, ..], Arnette [Arnita], Aurelia [Aurita], Barbara [Barbarita, ..], Isabel [Isabelita, ..]

Belita [Bellita], Elizabeth [Belita], Benedicta [Benita], Benita [Nita], Bernice [Bernita], Bernadette [Bernita], Bertha [Bertita], Bridget [Brita, ..], Bonita [Nita], Birgit [Brita], Britt [Brita], Candice [Candita], Carita [Karita], Carina [Karita, ..], Charity [Karita, ..], Kara [Karita, ..], Carla [Karlita, ..], Carly [Karlita, ..], Caroline [Carlita], Carol [Lolita, ..]

Carmel [Melita, ..], Carmen [Lita, ..], Cerise [Cerrita], Cha- [Chaquita], Charita, Charlene [Charlita], Charlotte [Lolita, ..], Cherry [Cherita], Cherie [Cherita], Chiquita, Concepcion [Conchita, ..], Claire [Clarita, ..], Clara [Clarita], Kora [Corabellita], Cora [Corita, ..], Damita, Danna [Danita], Danielle [Danita], Davina [Davita], Dawn [Dawnita]

De- [Denita], Dita, Edith [Edita, ..], Dolores [Lolita, ..], Donalda [Donita], Donna [Donita], Dora [Dorita], Doris [Dorita], Dorrit [Dorita], Dorothy [Dorita], Ellen [Elenita], Elita [Lita, ..], Estelle [Estrellita, ..], Eve [Evita], Eva [Evita], Felicity [Felicita], Felicia [Felita], Fidelity [Fidelita], Florence [Florencita], Flora [Florita]

Ghita [Gita], Gita, Gwyneth [Gwenita], Hanita, Hippolyta [Hippolita], Inez [Ynesita, ..], Iris [Irita], Ita, Jane [Juanita, ..], Jenny [Jennita, ..], Johnna [Jonita], Jovana [Jovita], Jovita [Giovita], Juanita [Wanita, ..], Judith [Judita], Julia [Julita], June [Junita], Kallie [Kallita], Lalita, La- [Laquita, ..]

Lara [Larita], Laura [Lorita, ..], Lenis [Lenita], Lily [Lillita], Leta [Lita], Lita, Lolita, Louise [Lulita, ..], Lora [Lorita], Lourdes [Lourdecita], Lucita [Luzita, ..], Lucy [Lusita, ..], Lupita, Guadalupe [Lupita], Manuela [Manuelita], Marcia [Marquita, ..], Margaret [Rita, ..], Marguerite [Marguerita, ..], Mary [Maurita, ..], Mari [Marita]

Marketa [Marquita, ..], Marcella [Marquita], Marsha [Marsita], Martha [Martita], Maureen [Maurita], Melita [Malita], Michaela [Miguelita], Michelle [Miguelita], Na- [Naquita, ..], Nikki [Nikita], Nikita [Niquita, ..], Nicole [Nikita], Nita, Antonia [Onita], Paloma [Palomita], Paquita, Paula [Paulita], Pepita, Perdita, Peri [Perita]

Pearl [Perlita], Ramona [Ramonita], Ranita, Renata [Renita], Renee [Renita], Renita, Rita [Reita], Rosa [Rosita], Rose [Zita, ..], Sarah [Zarita, ..], Sarina [Sarita], Sha- [Sharita, ..], Shan [Shanita], Shanelle [Shanita], Sherisa [Sherita], Sherry [Sherita], Sophia [Soficita], Sunita, Tabitha [Tabita], Talitha [Talita]

Tanya [Tanita], Teresa [Terezita, ..], Theresa [Zita, ..], Tita, Titania [Tita], Trinity [Trinita], Unity [Unita], Vanessa [Vanita], Vanita, Venetia [Venita], Venus [Venusita], Verity [Verita], Verna [Vernita], Vina [Vinita], Vida [Vita], Vita, Wanetta [Wanita], Ynez [Ynesita], Yonina [Yonita], Yudit [Yudita]

Zaneta [Zanita], Zita

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