Dorota meaning and origin
Uncommon girl name Dorota is originated from Greek and Old Greek, meaning of Dorota is "Gift and God". Dorota is form of commonly accepted, conifer and biblical Dorothy. Dorothy is version of predominant and biblical Dorothea. Dorothy is English form of Dorothea. Meaning of Dorothy is Gift and God, Gift and Gift of God has origin in Old Greek. Dorota is celebrated on February 6.
Variants of DorotaNames that rhyme with Dorota
Popularity of Dorota
Dorota is an uncommon baby name in United States there is very thin chances of it still being given since it isn't seen since 1999. In England and Wales, it has been in use since 2007 and peaked in 2010 when it ranked 2843rd. In Ireland, first appeared in 2013 and is still in use. But an extremely popular name in Poland where every 1 in 200 have the name. As per our findings, over 380000 people has been named Dorota globally.
Dorota in Nordic countries
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What numerology tells about Dorota?
You don't even try to explain yourself, except to the people that matter. Once you lay your eyes on someone, that person is yours. Having letter D as your cornerstone reveals your realistic attitude toward life. You would never cheat on your partner because you believe that only people who're mentally weak can commit that. To have letter A as your capstone in your name represents your wild personality, individuality, originality and ambitious spirit.
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Namesakes of Dorota
- Dorota Gawron,
- Dorota Kwaśna, Polish former cross country skier
- Dorota Gruca, Polish marathon runner
- Dorota Siudek, Polish retired pair skater who is now a coach
- Dorota Masłowska, Polish writer, playwright
- Dorota Kędzierzawska, Polish director of feature and documentary films
- Dorota Świeniewicz, female Polish volleyball player
- Dorota Jakuta, Polish politician
- Dorota Berent in The Red Box as Director
- Dorota Matusiak in Gry i zabawy as Actress
- Dorota Kwiatkowska in Akwarele as Actress
- Dorota Kedzierzawska in Pora umierac as Director
- Dorota Puzio in Black Eagle as Actress
- Dorota Chotecka is notable for her acting in movie Wirus
- Dorota Pomykala, from 1983 action and drama flick Wielki Szu, who played the Prostytutka Jola.
- In 1989 comedy, drama film, Az én XX. századom, Dorota Segda played Dóra and Lili and Anya.
- In 2009, Dorota Kolak portrayed the role of Irena Gardlinska in drama movie Jestem twój.
- Dorota Grzelak characterized leading role of Ewa Tyszowska in 1985 comedy and family film Szalenstwa panny Ewy.