Agnita - Meaning of Agnita

What does Agnita mean?

[ syll. a-gni-ta, ag-n-ita ] The baby girl name Agnita has its origins in the Old Greek language and it is used largely in Scandinavian. Agnita is a derivative of the Dutch, English, German, and Scandinavian Agnes.

See also the related categories, greek and scandinavian.

Agnita is uncommon as a baby name for girls. It is not in the top 1000 names.

Baby names that sound like Agnita include Acantha (Greek), Acanthah, Ackantha, Ackanthah, Agnetha (German and Scandinavian), Agnetis, Akanthah, Amanda (English, Finnish, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish), Amandah (English), Amandya, Ameata, Ameeta, Ameetah, Ameita, Aminda (Spanish), Amindah, Amintah, Amutha (Tamil), Anantha (Indian), and Aneta (Czech).



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