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Gender: F Meaning of Laetitia: "gladness, happiness" Origin of Laetitia: Latin

Laetitia adds a layer of ancient patina to the more prosaic LETITIA.

Famous People Named Laetitia

Laetitia Marie Laure Casta, French supermodel
Laetitia "Lettice" Knollys, cousin of Queen Elizabeth I of England
Laetitia Sadier, French lead singer of band Stereolab
Laetitia Masson, French film director
Laetitia Tonazzi, French footballer
Laetitia Pilkington, Anglo-Irish poet and memoirist
Laetitia Beck, Israeli golfer
Laetitia du Couëdic, French-Swiss equestrienne
Lætitia Marie Madelaine Susanne Valentine de Belzunce d'Arenberg, French Uruguayan businesswoman and noblewoman
Laetitia Darche, Miss Mauritius 2010
Laetitia, Princess of Waldeck and Pyrmont (b. 2003), daughter of Princess Katharina of Hohenlohe-Langenburg and Prince Nikolaus of Waldeck and Pyrmont; great-great-grandniece of Prince Philip

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