[ 3 syll. a-ni-tra, an-it-ra ] The baby girl name Anitra is pronounced as aa-NIY-TRah- †. Anitra is used predominantly in English, German, and Scandinavian. It is derived from Literary and Hebrew origins. This was first coined by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen as the name of a Bedouin princess in his play Peer Gynt (1876); he did not however state an Arabic source form.
Anitra is a variation of Anita.
Anitra is also a variation of Anna.
The name Laneetra (English) is a variation of Anitra.
The origin and meaning of Anitra is inherited by all variant forms.
Anitra is an unusual baby girl name. Its usage peaked in 1976 with 0.038% of baby girls being named Anitra. It had a ranking of #355 then. The baby name has steeply slipped in popularity since then, and is currently of very modest use. In 2018, among the family of girl names directly related to Anitra, Anna was the most regularly used.
† Pronunciation for Anitra: AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; T as in "tee (T.IY)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)"