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What does Edita mean?

Edita Pronunciation of Edita as a girls' name is an Old English name, and Edita means "strife for wealth". Edita is a version of Edith (Old English): from ad gy.


ASSOCIATED WITH old english, strife (battle), wealth


VARIANTS Edyta, Editta

RELATIONS VIA EDITH Dita, Eadie, Eadith, Eda, Ede, Edee, Edi, Edie, Editha, Edithe, Ediva, Edy, Edyth, Edytha, Edythe, Eidith, Eidyth, Eidytha, Eydie, Eydith

(female) Edima, ..

(male) Edidi, ..

Edita Rain (E.R.), ..

How popular is Edita?

Edita is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Edita is an equally unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Edith (#518 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Edie (#1635), Eda, Editha, Edyth and Edythe are the popular variation forms of Edita (NOT RANKED). These forms of Edita were popular as baby names in the 1890s (ADOPTION OF 0.9%) and are now much less widespread. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eda, Edie, Edith, Editha, Edyth, Edythe in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Edita is pronounced similarly to Adhita, Aditi, Odetta and Yudita. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Alita, Amita, Anita, Brita, Chita, Edana, Edda, Eddna, Edin, Edina, Edira, Edma, Edmea, Edna, Edra, Edwina, Edyna, Egina, Eila, Eira, Eitna, Elata, Elia, Elida, Elika, Elina, Elisa, Elita, Elitta, Eliza, Ellita, Emila, Emina, Eminta, Erica, Erika, Erina, Esta, Etta, Evia, Evina, Evita, Ghita, Gita, Irita, Judita, Lita, Nita, Onita, Reita, Rita, Tita, Unita, Vita and Zita. These names tend to be more frequently used than Edita.

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