Other Origin(s):British
Whether you're a fan of the fruit or the color, Orangetta will be the zestiest addition to your family. Perhaps a variant of Orangina, Orangetta may have origins in the French surname, best known in William, Prince of Orange, who later became William III of Britain. Orangetta likely means "orange" and has French origins in Orange, Vaucluse, a city in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur that dates back to Roman times. A truly a-peeling choice, Orangetta is a freshly picked moniker for your little one.

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