Benit name meaning

Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin
Usage: French and French
Meaning: Blessed
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What does Benit mean?

Meaning of Benit is Blessed is of Latin origin aimed at boys is used particulary in French. Benit is a variant form of venerable, biblical and preeminent Bennett. Bennett is variant of well-known and biblical Benedict.

Bennett is English form of Benedict. Meaning of Bennett is Blessed and The Blessed is originated from Latin. Benit is diminutive of Benito. Benito is Italian form of Benoît. Also Benito is Spanish and Italian equivalent of Benedikt.

Benito is also Spanish and Italian equivalent of Benedict. Benito is also Spanish and Italian form of Benedictus. Of Latin origin, Benito, Benito means "The Blessed". Benit is abridged form of Benedict.

Meaning of Benedict is The Blessed and Happy is rooted from Latin and English.

Variants of Benit

Bennett, Benedictus, Benedict, Benet, Bendiks, Benci, Benett

How popular is the name Benit?

Benit is a familiar baby name in DR Congo, India and United States. According to our evaluation, over 600 babies have been named Benit globally.


What numerology tells about Benit?

You desire to change constantly and you get easily bored. When it comes to business, plan your moves better. Poor planning leads to failure. You are lagging behind on motivational front. You are not very excited when it comes to meeting new people because you expect disappointment. You actually believe that everything will work out at the end. Having letter T as your capstone represents your short temper and explosive personality.

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