Anitra Meaning and Origin
The name Anitra is a girl’s literary name of Norwegian origin. A literary coinage by Henrik Ibsen from his play Peer Gynt (1867). It is also derived from the name “Anna” or “Anne,” which means “grace” or “favor” in Hebrew. The name Anitra emerged in the 20th century as a distinct name, likely influenced by the popularity of names with the “-itra” ending sound. It has its roots in Scandinavian and Hebrew origins, but it gained recognition as a standalone name over time. Anitra is a relatively uncommon name and has not achieved widespread popularity. It is considered a unique and distinctive choice for parents looking for less common names for their children. Anitra is a name with a graceful and exotic charm. Its Scandinavian origins lend it an air of elegance and sophistication.
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