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What does Amita mean?

Amita Pronunciation of Amita as a girls' name is pronounced ah-MEE-tah. It is of Sanskrit, Hebrew and Italian origin, and the meaning of Amita is "endless; truth; friendship". Hindi name. See Amica and Amy.




RELATED FORMS VIA AMICA, AMY Aimie, Aimy, Amada, Amata, Ame, Amecia, Amee, Ami, Amia, Amiah, Amicah, Amice, Amie, Amiee, Amika, Amil, Ammie, Amya, Amye, Aymi, Mica

(female) Aita, ..

(male) Amiti, ..

Amita Renata (A.R.), ..

How popular is Amita?

Amita is a rare given name for women and an equivalently unique last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Popular variation forms of Amita (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) are Amy (#205 FROM CURRENT RECORDS), Amia (#960), Amya (#1123), Amiah (#1335), Amada, Amee, Ami, Amie, Amiee, Ammie and Mica. Other forms, like Amecia, are uncommon. Adoption of these relations of Amita was at its highest 48 years ago (ADOPTION OF 1.8%) and is now significantly diminished (ADOPTION 0.1%, 93%), with versions like Amya becoming somewhat outmoded. Amy has historically been preferred by parents, although Amia seems to be becoming a favorite too. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Amada, Amee, Ami, Amia, Amiah in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Amie, Amiee, Ammie, Amy, Amya, Mica in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Amy outside U.S.

Similar Names

Amita is pronounced similarly to Amitie and Amity. Other recommended sound-alike names are Abida, Abila, Abina, Acima, Adhita, Adiba, Adima, Afia, Afiwa, Agota, Aida, Aila, Akiva, Aleta, Alika, Alima, Alina, Alisa, Alita, Alitza, Aliya, Aliza, Allta, Almita, Almitah (see Almeda), Alvita, Ama, Amala, Amaya, Ambika, Amelita, Amena, Amilya, Amina, Aminta, Amira, Amirah, Amisa, Amit, Amitola, Amiya, Amma, Amora, Amrita, Amynta, Aneta, Anita, Anitia, Annita, Arica, Ariya, Armida, Armina, Arminta, Asta, Atifa, Avia, Ayisa, Azia, Aziza, Brita, Chita, Dita, Edita, Elita, Ghita, Gita, Lita, Onita, Rita, Tita, Vita and Zita. These names tend to be more frequently used than Amita.

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