Panagiota or Panayiota

Panagiota or Panayiota is a common Greek female name that comes from the epithet Panagia or Panayia. The epithet Panagia is the Greek equivalent of the Latin Epithet Madonna.

It is the female version of name Panagiotis. Panagiota is also spelled Panayiota, because it best attributes the authentic Greek sound of the name.

panagiotaSound of name Panagiota: Pa-na-yio’-ta

Male Version of name Panagiota: Panagiotis

Nameday of Name Panagiota: August 15th, the day when Greeks honor the death of Virgin Mary.

Read more about the origin of the Greek name Panagiota.

Nicknames deriving from Name Panagiota

Panagiota has a few nicknames and diminutives such as: Giota, Youla, Nagia, Panagiotoula, Yiota, Yiouli, Nena, Agi, Panagoula, Toula

The Names’ Fairy reveals the meaning of the name Panagiota

Panagiota bears the same characteristics with Panagiotis; deprived in her youth she always tries to catch up later in life. Panagiota is stubborn and tries to do what she wants, but she does take under consideration what other people tell her.

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One Response to Panagiota or Panayiota

  1. Nicholas Manousos November 18, 2011 at 21:53 #

    “Nicknames deriving from Name Panagiota

    Panagiota has a few nicknames and diminutives such as: Giota, Youla, Nagia, Panagiotoula, Yiota, Yiouli, Nena, Agi, Panagoula, Toula”

    Other nicknames are Pipitza and Pitza.

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