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Anita was ranked 776 in 1990 list of US boys name and dropped by 3.47% from its previous ranking of 750 in 1989. Anita was ranked 823 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 3.65% from its previous ranking of 794 in 2014. First name derived from Anne. Comes from the Hebrew "hannah" means "graceful" If party July 26.. Intelligent, extremely intuitive,Anitajudge people a first glance and rarely wrong. Passionate, dynamic, voluntary, refusing mediocrity,Anitaare somewhat authoritarian and possessive. Anita do not lack heart qualities, devoting themselves lavishly. Their charm and kindness facilitate their success.
Full form of Anita : Alluring Noble Ingenious Thoughtful Attentive
Anita is a rare first name for a girl in England & Wales which is a rare name since 2013 and ranked 1177 in 2014. Only 874 people have Anita as their first name. Anita is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Anita is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1910 and ranked 823 (0.003685% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 214151 people wear Anita as their first name. Anita is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 823 (0.003685% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 214151 people have Anita as their first name. Anita is not a native United States and Anita may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.059905% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Anita is 9.
Anita are idealistic who embrace the principles of compassion and forgiveness. Anita are visionary who is wiling to make a better world and have the ability to influence masses. Anita are also creative and imaginative that gives them an artistic talent.
Names that rhyme with Anita
Aashita, Aashrita, Adelita, Adrita, Advaita, Advita, Adwita, Aelita, Aferdita, Afrodita, Agapita, Agnita, Ajita, Akita, Akosita, Akshita, Aleita, Alita, Allita, AlnitaFamous people named Anita
Anita Burger in Gladiator as Make-Up Department
Anita Durst in Analyze That as Actress
Anita Gupta in Formula 51 as Art Department
Anita Kupsch in Helgalein as Actress
Anita Louise Brown in Gone Girl as Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anita Wall in Farsan as Actress
Anita Skinner in Sole Survivor as Actress
Anita Ábel in Episode #1.325 as Actress
Anita Berglund in Lèvres de sang as Actress
Anita Laurenzi in Le violon rouge as Actress
Anita Asante is an English footballer of Ghanaian origin who plays as a central defender at FC Rosengard of the Swedish Damallsvenskan.
Anita Ekberg acted in movie Blood Alley Names like Anita Anita Namesakes Related Names: Biblical: Anna,
Indian: Anith , Anitha devi , Anitharaj , Anithashree , Anitheswary , Anithra , Anithran ,
Greenlandic: Anitse (Greenlandic variant spelling of Ânitse),
Other: Nita (Moral, Grace, Bear), Annita, Nenita (Spanish) (Maybe Little Girl), Lanita, Anitra, Anite, Anitej (Immeasurable), Aniteja (Immeasurable Splendour), Anitha (Grace, Favour), Anithe (Creative spelling of Anite), Anitia, Anitrea , Anitria, Anitrice, Anitta , Anitte (Variant form of Anite), Anitza, Anitha Devi (Regarded)
Comments :Anita - the name of the female, which was founded with the Spanish diminutive form of the name Anna ( es. Ana). There is also a thesis that Anita is a shortened form of Juanita - Spanish counterpart Joanna. In addition, Anita is a short form of Anahity, the goddess of water, fertility and social order. It is a diminutive of Ana , as the Spanish and Portuguese corresponding Italian Anna. Its spread in Italy is mainly due to the fame of Anita Garibaldi, the Brazilian wife of Giuseppe Garibaldi, and was later helped by the successful Swedish actress Anita Ekberg. In English it is in use since the nineteenth century. As well as in native languages and in Italian, the name is also attested in English, Croatian, Slovenian, Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Polish, Latvian and Finnish.
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