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What does Dorit mean?

Dorit Pronunciation of Dorit as a name for girls is of Greek origin, and the name Dorit means "gift of God". Dorit is an alternate form of Dorothy (Greek): Theodora is its synonym.





OTHER FORMS VIA DOROTHY Dodie, Dody, Doe, Doll, Dolli, Dollie, Dolly, Dora, Doretta, Dori, Dorika, Dorinda, Dorita, Doritha, Dorlisa, Doro, Doronit, Dorota, Dorotea, Dorotha, Dortha, Dorthy, Dory, Dosha, Dosya, Dot, Dottie, Dotty

(female) Dorda, ..

(male) Dordi, ..

Dorit Kayleigh (D.K.), ..

How popular is Dorit?

Dorit is an unusual given name for women. Dorit is also an uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Popular related forms of Dorit (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) rated in the Top 2000 are Dodie, Doll, Dollie, Dolly, Dora, Doretta, Dori, Dorinda, Dorotha, Dorothy (#586 IN 2018), Dortha, Dorthy, Dosha, Dot, Dottie and Dotty. Other forms, like Dorlisa, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Dorit reached its peak during 1920-1929 (USAGE OF 3.4%) and has become significantly less since (USAGE 0.03%, 99.1% LESS), with versions such as Dolly becoming less in vogue. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Dodie, Doll, Dollie, Dolly, Dora in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Doretta, Dori, Dorinda, Dorotha, Dorothy in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Dortha, Dorthy, Dosha, Dot, Dottie, Dotty in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Dorit and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Dorit is alike in pronunciation to Dorette and Doritt. Other recommended sound-alike names are Berit, Brit, Dalit, Danit, Dari, Daria, Derorit (see Derora), Docia, Docie, Dodi, Donia, Donita, Dorae, Dorah, Doran, Dorcie, Dore, Dorea, Doree, Dorey, Doria, Dorian, Dorice, Dorie, Dorina, Dorine, Doris, Dorisa, Dorma, Dorri, Dorria, Dorrie, Dorris, Dorry, Dorsie, Dorys, Dosia, Doxie, Drorit, Irit, Liorit, Lirit, Marit, Nerit, Nirit, Nurit, Ofrit, Orit, Urit and Yonit. These names tend to be more frequently used than Dorit.

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