Artemisa meaning and origin
The rare girl name Artemisa is originated from Old Greek is predominantly used in Finnish, Danish and Swedish languages. Artemisa is form of cherished Artemis. Artemis is a variant of famous Artem. Originated from Old Greek, Rare Artemis, Artemis means "Whole, Healthy and A Butcher".
Variants of ArtemisaNames that rhyme with Artemisa
Popularity of Artemisa
Artemisa is an uncommon baby name in United States, where it last appeared in 2005 after 32 years of use since 1911. Over 217 people have been named Artemisa in United States. Artemisa is a common name in Mexico and Brazil while somewhat familiar name in Peru, Cape Verde, Chile and Portugal. At least, 7000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.
What numbers say about Artemisa?
You take things too seriously and it makes you nervous when something doesn't go as planned. You are self-reliant, self-motivated and persistent. To have letter A as your capstone reflects your consistency and credibility. In order to truly succeed in life, you have to work on your personality first. If letter A is your capstone in your name, it reveals your challenging nature and ambitious perspective.
Other names similar to Artemisa
- Valdimar means Famous Ruler is used substantially in Norwegian and Icelandic, a baby boy name is of Germanic origin
- Ululinannguaq is Greenlandic form of Ululinánguaĸ
- Joanita - Unexpected Joanita dominantly is used in Finnish, Faroese and Danish is rooted from Hebrew given to girls, meaning of Joanita is "Yahweh is Gracious, Gift from God and A Flower". Joanita is derivation of Juana.
- Nikolás is form of Nicolaus in Old Norse language
- Borg - Borg's meaning is From the Fortified Hill Or Castle is a unisex name which came from Old Norse is used notably in Finnish and Norwegian
Namesakes of Artemisa
- Artemisa Barrios played the important character of N in 1980 film Maniatico pasional.
- In 1992 drama flick, Escape a la obscuridad, Artemisa Flores played N.