Judith

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Judith comes from Hebrew Yehudit meaning either “woman of Judea” or perhaps a feminine form of Judah meaning “praised”.

Nicknames: Jude, Judy/Judie/Judi

Origin: Hebrew

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Variants:

  • Yehudit (Hebrew)
  • Ioudith (Biblical Greek)
  • Iudith (Biblical Latin)
  • Judita (Lithuanian, Czech, Slovak)
  • Judit (Hungarian, German, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish)
  • Giuditta (Italian)
  • Judyta (Polish)
  • Judite (Portuguese)

 

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