Ata meaning and origin
Ata means Abandon, One of Twins, From Fante, Gift, Donation, To Give, Twin, Father or Present is used in Faroese, Danish, Hindi, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish and Arabic, rooted from African is given to both boys and girls. Ata is variant form of acclaimed, biblical and everlasting Ada. Ada is variant form of Adiel. Also Ada is variant form of Names Containing the Name Element Adal. Ada is also a variation of classy Agda. Ada is a short version of names with "nobility". Of Hebrew, German and Germanic origin, Odd Ada, Ada means "Pure and Fulfilling a Duty". Ata is variant form of darling Agata. Agata is a version of pleasing and perennial Agatha. Agata is Nordic form of Agatha. Agata means The Good is originated from Old Greek. Ata is Finnish equivalent of Atanasius.
Variants of AtaNames that rhyme with Ata
Popularity of Ata
Ata is an uncommon baby name in United States, although it has been in use since 1979 but could not make beyond the top 5000. There are over 235 babies that have been given the name Ata in United States. Also, it is uncommon in England and Wales, where it has been in use since 2000 and peaked in 2005 when it ranked 1851st. Over 100 people have been named Ata in England and Wales. But Ata is a popular baby name in Pakistan where every 1 in 5000 have the name as well as in, India, Indonesia, Iran and Turkmenistan. At least, 120000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.
Ata in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Ata
You can't stand injustice. Your soul is so sensitive that it allows you to feel other people's pain and suffering. Instead of letting your past pull you back, travel to your future and focus on making plans on how to realize your goals. Having letter A at the end of your name symbolizes your free thinking and an open mind. Details matter to you, especially when it comes to choosing your love partner.
Other names liked by soon-to-be-parents that are similar to Ata
- Amala - Meaning of Amala is Tree or Bird is used dominantly in Oriya and Kannada bestowed upon both sexes has origin in Arabic and Sanskrit
- Bakhtawar - Unisex name Bakhtawar is principally used in Oriya, Arabic and Bengali, meaning of Bakhtawar is "One who Brings Good Luck or Prosperous"
- Saham - New-fangled and Queer Saham is used prevalently in Hindi and Arabic, meaning of Saham is "Peace or Speechless" is bestowed upon both genders
- Suha - Odd unisex name Suha is primarily used in Hindi, Sanskrit and Telugu, meaning of Suha is "Name of a Star or Overlooked"
- Shameer - The infrequent boy name Shameer is predominantly used in Oriya, Arabic and Hindi, Shameer means "Rock That Can Penetrate Metal or A Message or Tidings or That Which is Heard" is originated from Hebrew
Namesakes of Ata
- Ata Bey al-Ayyubi, Ottoman civil servant
- Ata Abu Rashta, Islamic jurist, scholar and writer
- Ata ibn Abi Rabah, prominent Tabi'i, a Mufassir, 'Muhaddith'
- Ata Demirer, Turkish filmmaker and stand-up comedian famous for a string of Turkish box-office hits including 'Berlin Kaplanı'
- Ata ul Haq Qasmi, Pakistani Urdu language newspaper columnist
- Ata Alovov, from 1975 movie Chyornyy karavan, who characterized N.
- In 1986, Ata Dovletov characterized the role of N in drama movie Karakumskiy reportazh.
Lists having Ata
- Boys names beginning with A
- Girls names beginning with A
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- Baby Names that mean One
- Baby Names that mean Gift
- Baby Names that mean Twin
- Baby Names that mean Father
- Baby Names that mean Present