Vita

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Gender: F Pronunciation: vee-tah Meaning of Vita: "life" Origin of Vita: Latin

Vital and vivacious, Vita is stirring back to life along with many of her V-themed sisters -- Vivian, Vivica -- and is becoming a new celebrity baby favorite.

Famous People Named Vita

Victoria Mary "Vita" Sackville-West, English poet, artist, and lover of Virginia Woolf
Vitalina "Vita" Sidorkina, Russian model
Vita Robinson, New Zealand rugby union player
Vita Styopina, Ukrainian high jumper
Vita Oleksandrivna Semerenko, Ukrainian biathlete
Vita Marissa, Indonesian badminton player
Vita Chambers, Barbadian-Canadian singer
Vitalina "Vita" Nel, South African beach volleyball player
Helen Vita, Swiss singer
Natasha Vita-More (born Nancie Clark), American designer and author
Bella Vita Bardot Boreanaz, daughter of actor David Boreanaz

Pop Culture References for the name Vita

Vita, character in anime "Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha"
The Playstation Vita- handheld video game device by Sony
Vita Alto, character in "The Sims 3" computer game

Vitia, Vitella, Veeta, Vitka, Vitel

Vita's International Variations

Vicuska (Hungarian)