Desiderata name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin and French
Usage: English
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Desiderata de-sid-er-AH-ta
Meaning: Longed, The Wished-For and Desirable
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What does Desiderata mean?

Desiderata is Latin form of Desideria.

How do I pronounce Desiderata?

The proper pronunciation of Desiderata is de-sid-er-AH-ta with emphasis on fourth AH syllable.

Variants of Desiderata

Desideria, Desiderius, Desiree, Dea, Desiderio, Desarae, Désirée, Dia, Deana, Deandrea, Dee, Deodora, Adea

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How popular is the name Desiderata?

Desiderata is a familiar baby name in Malawi. According to our research, over 200 babies have been named Desiderata globally.


What numerology tells about Desiderata?

Although it's all sunshine and rainbow for you now, remember that angry and frustrated people are still out there, capable of hurting you. Love is most important in your life. You are not a fan of monotony and you can't stand people who just dwell in their comfort zone, waiting for something to happen. When it comes to love, you are a passionate lover but hard to commit. Wait until you find the right one.

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Famous people named Desiderata

  • Desiderata of the Lombards, was one of four daughters of Desiderius

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