Benitta name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: Swedish, Danish, Finnish and Tamil
Meaning: The Blessed and Good Person
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What does Benitta mean?

Benitta has its origin in Latin bestowed upon baby girls is primarily used in Swedish, Tamil, Finnish and Danish. Benitta is variant form of biblical and durable Benita. Benita is English and Spanish cognate of Benedicta.

Benita has its origin in Latin, Benita means "Good Person and Blessed".

Variants of Benitta

Benita, Benedictus, Benedicta, Beneta, Benite, Bendiks, Benedict, Bendite, Bene, Binnie, Benithe

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How popular is the name Benitta?

Benitta is a familiar baby name in DR Congo, Zimbabwe and India. As per our research, over 300 babies have been bestowed Benitta around the globe.


What numbers say about Benitta?

You like to be surrounded by strong, determine people who know what they want. When it comes to love you are incapable of expressing emotions. What makes you comfortable talking is noticing the person that you are interacting with, is honest and reliable. You can hardly resist a temptation, a trait which affects your relationships in a negative way. Taking into consideration your communication skills and charisma, you won't have a problem to attract attention and spread awareness. Harmony and balance matter to you.

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