[ 2 syll. gi-ta, git-a ] The baby girl name Gita is pronounced as JHIY-Taa- †. Gita's language of origin is Celtic, Sanskrit, and Old Greek. It is predominantly used in the Czech, German, Indian, Polish, Slavic, and Yiddish languages. Sanskrit origin, German and Indian use: It is derived literally from the word gita meaning 'song'. The name is found in the Sanskrit Hindu scripture Bhagavad Gita, meaning 'song of god'.
Gita is also a short form (Czech, Polish, Slavic, and Yiddish) of Margaret (English and Scottish).
Gita has 16 variations. Variations of the name include Gatha, Gayatri, Gee, Geetah, Geta, Gete, Git, Gitah, Gitel, Gitika, Gitka, Gitta, Gittel, Gituska, and Gutka. A foreign form is the variant spelling Geeta (Indian).
Gita is a rare baby girl name. It is not listed in the top 1000. In 2018, among the family of girl names directly linked to Gita, Margaret was the most regularly used.
† English pronunciation for Gita: JH as in "joy (JH.OY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; T as in "tee (T.IY)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)"