[ 3 syll. lae-ti-tia, la-etit-ia ] The baby girl name Laetitia is pronounced as Leh-TIH-SH-aa- †. Laetitia is primarily used in the English and French languages, and it is of Latin origin. It is derived literally from the word 'laetitia' meaning joy, happiness. An original form of Laetitia is Laetitia (Latin). The name was first used by English speakers in the medieval period.
The name Laetitia is used to a great extent; it has 63 forms that are used in English and other languages. Forms used in English include Laetizia, Lataysha, Lateasha, Lateashia, Lateesha, Lateka, Latesa, Latesha, Latia, Latisa, Latisha, Latishia, Latissa, Latissha, Laytisha, Lecia, Leda, Leta, Leteisha, Leteshia, Letice, Letisia, Letiticia, Letitisha, Letiza, Lettechia, Letti, Lettice, and Lytisha. Other English forms include the short forms Tish, Tisha, and Titia, the diminutive forms Lettie, Letty, Taetia, Teesha, Tia, Titty, and Tysha, and the variant spellings Latecia, Lateicia, Lateisha, Lateshia, Laticia, Latiesha, Latitia, Letecia, Letetia, Letichia, Leticia (used in Hungarian, Portuguese, and Spanish too), Letisha, Letishia, Letitia, Lettitia, and Litisha.
Foreign forms of Laetitia include the French Laeticia, the German Lätitia, the French Leetice, the Italian Letizia, the Polish Letycia, and the Polish Letycja. Specific foreign variants include the diminutive forms Litia (Irish) and Tisa (Swahili).
Laetitia is infrequently used as a baby name for girls. It is not ranked within the top 1000 names.
Baby names that sound like Laetitia include Letisha, Ladaisha, Ladasha, Ladosha, Laeticia, Lajeata, Laleeta, Laleetah, Laleita, Laodicea, LaTeasa, Latacha, Latacia, Lataisha, Latarra, Latascha, Latasha, Latashah, Latasia, and Latausha.
† Pronunciation for Laetitia: L as in "lay (L.EY)" ; EH as in "ebb (EH.B)" ; T as in "tee (T.IY)" ; IH as in "it (IH.T)" ; SH as in "she (SH.IY)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)"
A famous person named Laetitia is Model, Laetitia Casta, born 11 May 1978, Pont-Audemer, France.