Beata

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Beata
Pronunciation "BAY-AH-TUH"
Gender Feminine
Origin
Word/name From Latin "beatus" "beatitude"
Meaning Happy
Region of origin Old World/Western Europe
Other names
Related names Beatrix, Beatrice
For other uses, see Beata (disambiguation).

Beata or Beate is a female given name that occurs in several cultures and languages, including German, Polish, and Swedish, and which is derived from the Latin beatus, meaning "blessed".[1][2] Variants include Bea, Beade and Beáta. The name may refer to:

References

  1. ^ Behind the Name. "Given Name Beata". Retrieved on 22 January 2016.
  2. ^ Behind the Name. "Given Name Beate". Retrieved on 22 January 2016.
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