Beata meaning and origin
Unorthodox and Perennial girl name Beata is used in Finnish, Swedish, German, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic and Faroese, Beata means "Happy, The Same Latin Root Word As the Catholic Concept of Beatification or was Thus Popular In Medieval Europe Especially Among Roman Catholics" came from Latin. Beata is a version of lofty and evergreen Beatrix. Beatrix is variation of loved and enduring Beatrice. Also Beatrix is version of everlasting and desirable Beata. Beatrix's meaning is Auspicious, Pilgrim and Traveler Pilgrim Bringer of Joy has its origin in German, Spanish and English. Beata is effeminate version of Beatus. Meaning of Beatus is Lucky and Blessed is used primarily in Swedish and Finnish is originated from Latin.
Variants of BeataNames that rhyme with Beata
Popularity of Beata
Beata is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1893 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 1899, it ranked 1278th when 26 girls were named Beata. Over 940 babies in United States have been named Beata. The given name is an uncommon baby name in still in use in England and Wales. However things change on global perspective, Beata is extremely popular in Poland where every 1 in 200 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Rwanda, Romania, Namibia and Tanzania. At least, 420000 people globally have been given the name as per our findings.
Beata in Nordic countries
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Numerological aspects of Beata
You are soft as cotton on the inside but hard as candy on the outside. Having letter A as your capstone in your name represents the independent and carefree life you are living. Meditation is your thing. You have people who love you. Set up a positive mindset and enjoy. You are a fighter for good but always attract the worst people in your life. Perhaps you are born to make bad people do good things and walk the right path.
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Namesakes of Beata
- Beata Sokołowska-Kulesza, Polish sprint canoer
- Beata Brookes, British social worker
- Beata Hołub, retired Polish high jumper
- Beata Poźniak, actress, film director, painter
- Beata Bublewicz, Polish politician
- Beata Kempa, Polish politician
- Beata Małecka-Libera, Polish politician
- Beata Mazurek, Polish politician
- Beata Dorota Sawicka, Polish politician
- Beata Szydło, Polish politician
- Beata Handra, American former competitive ice dancer
- Beata Lehmann in The Reader as Actress
- Beata Deak in Rocco Invades Poland as Actress
- Beata Dalton in Dead Man Down as Actress
- Beata Tyszkiewicz in Seksmisja as Actress
- Beata Gårdeler in I skuggan av värmen as Director
- Beata Harju in Muumit Rivieralla as Actress
- Beata Jewiarz in Wiedzmin 3: Dziki Gon as Actress
- Beata Ben Ammar in The Last Legion as Actress
- Beata Undine in Bed +1 as Actress
- Beata Poźniak in JFK as Actress
- Beata Mikołajczyk is a Polish athlete who competes in Canoeing in the form of calm waters.
- Beata Andrzejewska is known for her acting in tvMovie Czy jest tu panna na wydaniu
- In 1962, Beata Asimakopoulou characterized the role of Droso in adventure and drama flick Lafina.
- Beata Barszczewska, from 1961 drama, war movie Swiadectwo urodzenia, who portrayed the Mirka .
- Beata Fudalej, from 2003 crime and drama movie Koniec wakacji, who characterized Anna and Marta's Mother.
- In 1978, Beata Drotárová characterized the role of Eva Ligaská In movie Krutá lúbost.