Gratia name meaning

Updated: March 13th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: English and German
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Gratia g-ra-tia
Meaning: Grace, Favor and Blessing
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What does Gratia mean?

Meaning of Gratia is Grace, Favor or Blessing is used as a girl name. It is rooted from Latin is largely used in German and English. Gratia is resulted from Grace. Grace is variation of GrĂ¡inne.

Grace is form of Grazia in English language. Unusual and Perennial Grace's origin is Latin, meaning of Grace is "Charm and Mercy".

How do I pronounce Gratia?

Three syllabled Gratia is pronounced as g-ra-tia.

Middle Names for Gratia

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How popular is the name Gratia?

Gratia is an uncommon baby name in United States where it had been in use since 1889 and achieved its top ranking of 1279 in 1889. Over 120 babies in United States have been named Gratia.

Also, Gratia is a familiar name in Indonesia, South Africa and DR Congo. As per our findings, over 1000 people has been named Gratia globally.

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What numbers say about Gratia?

You can easily get turned off by a person's reckless behavior or bad habits. People respect you for always serving the ugly truth instead of lies. You love to change and can't stand constancy and monotony. You take calculated risks but sometimes you let spontaneity surprise you. Your soul is suffocated with memories that are hard to forget. You would always choose to work late instead of partying late and waste your time for nothing.

Other names similar to Gratia, for would be parents

  •  Yann-Fanch - The Yann-Fanch came from Latin, mainly used in Breton language, meaning of Yann-Fanch is "Free Man or God is Merciful"
  •  Trisa - Especially used in Tamil and English unheard-of, Trisa is originated from Latin and Spanish, meaning of Trisa is "Abbreviation of Patricia or Noble" is a girl name
  •  Rea - Anomalous and Evergreen unisex name Rea is notably used in English, Hungarian and Bengali and is rooted from Old Greek, Latin and Spanish, Rea means "Earth, River or Graceful"
  •  Marcela - Famous girl name Marcela is rooted from Latin, Marcela means "Dedicated to Mars (The Roman God of War), Little Marcus or Female Version of Marcellus" is prevalently used in Polish, Czech and English
  •  Elvie - Used chiefly in Norwegian, Swedish and English persistent and commonly accepted, Elvie aimed at both boys and girls, Elvie means "White or Good Elf" is originated from Germanic, Gothic and German

Sibling Names for Gratia

Introducing a list of sibling names for the beautiful baby name, Gratia. Whether you're expecting another little one or looking for some inspiration for future children, here are some perfect pairings to complement the unique and charming name, Gratia.

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Famous people named Gratia

  • Gratia Countryman, nationally-known librarian
  • Gratia Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, Dutch alpine skier

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