Posts tagged Zita

Hungary names from top 100, 2008

These are so interesting! ( Id on’t know how to do the accents?)

Levente, Gergo, Dominik, Laszlo,Zoltan, Marcell,Zalan, Zsolt, Sandor, Tibor, Abel, Imre, Szebasztian.

Reka, Zsofia, Luca, Dora,Eszter, Vivien, Dorina, Lilla, Noemi, Flora, Timea, Kata, Emese, Eniko, Ramona, Dorottya, Janka, Cintia, Mira, Liza, Lilien, Kira, Klara,Orsolya, Zita, Nikoletta, Izabella, Zsanett, Amira, Klaudia, Livia, Mirella, Melinda, Anita.

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The big book of women saints by Sarah Gallick

There is some really cool saints names 🙂 If I time before the book goes back I will do some postings on individual ones 🙂

Genevieve, Elizabeth Ann, Raphaela, Genovea, Zdislava, Leonie, Marguerite, Ita, Roseline, Margaret, Eustochia, Agnes, Dwynwen, Verdiana, Eusebia, Bathildis, Hyacintha, Marcella, Brigid, Anna, Claudine, Maria, Agatha, Dorothy, Colette, Josephine, Apollonia, Scholastica, Jeanne, Catherine, Gertrude, Walburga, Paula, Anne, Katharine, Teresa, Felicity, Perpetua, Cunegunda, Frances, Fina, Matilda, Louise, Benedetta, Rafqa, Lucy, Gladys, Catalina, Crescentia, Julie, Mary, Gemma, Lydwina, Bernadette, Casilda, Fara, Zita, Gianna, Panacea, Wiborada, Maura, Rosa, Magdalene, Dymphna, Rita, Mariana, Ursula, Ubaldesca, Bona, Joan, Blandina, Clotilda, Melania, Florida, Germaine, Aleydis. (more to come)

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Zita

I am reading a book by a lady who had cancer in her mouth, her daughters are Zita,Emma & Vanessa.
Saint Zita (c. 121827 April 1272) was an Italian saint, the patron saint of maids and domestic servants. She is also appealed to in order to help find lost keys. (Wikipedia)

Zita (image from Wikipedia)

The girl’s name Zita \z(i)-ta\ is pronounced ZEE-tah. It is of Greek origin, and its meaning is “seeker“. A saint‘s name; also a short form of Rosita and Teresita. The name of the last Hapsburg empress.

Zita has 2 variant forms: Zeeta and Zyta. (http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Zita)

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