Other Origin(s):Greek
Meaning:Gladly; Joyful; Queen of Sparta and mother of Helen of Troy
Honor baby’s potential and nobility with the prestigious title Leeta. Of Ancient Latin and Greek origin, this name is steeped in promise and victory. An alternate form of Leta or Leda, some might recognize it from the mother of Helen of Troy and wife of King Tyndareus of Sparta in Greek mythology. Leda was known for her dark black hair and beautiful snowy skin and is often depicted in art alongside swans. Typically feminine, Leeta is thought to mean “gladly” or “joyful,” surrounding baby in positivity from the get-go.
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