US Popularity:11599
Other Origin(s):Greek, Italian
Meaning:Laurel tree, sweet bay tree; Symbol of victory; Citadel; Pearl; Daisy
Larita is a feminine name with Latin, Greek, and Italian connections and plenty of meanings to inspire your bundle of joy. A fun spin on the classic name Laura, it comes from the Latin name laurus, meaning “laurel tree” or “sweet bay tree.” Since laurel leaves and branches were once used to create wreaths and crowns for competition winners, this fragrant tree has become an age-old symbol of victory. From embracing baby’s inner tree hugger to inspiring their future wins, Larita can make for plenty of inspiration. If you want to give baby a feeling of protection, Larita can also come from the Greek name Larissa, meaning “citadel.” This moniker can also be a variant of Rita, which is a short, sweet version of the Italian name Margherita. Translating to both “pearl” or “daisy,” this name has an image of beauty from both the land and sea to match your little one’s dazzling spirit. Whether your little one is climbing to the highest of heights or diving into the sea, Larita can make for a successful fit.

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