Leatrice Meaning in English, Leatrice Baby Name Origin Gender Meaning Pronunciation

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Leatrice
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Gender
Girl
Origin
British, English, Greek, Latin
Pronunciation
LEE-tris
Meaning
Possibly a combination of LEAH and BEATRICE. This name was first brought to public attention by the American actress Leatrice Joy (1893-1985).
Related Leatrice Baby Names
Lylah, Odeleya, Evianna, Gwendolyn, Odelia, Genevieve, Lyla, Cordelia, Leilani, Laney, Lydia, Beatrice, Beatrisa, Beatrix, Beatriz, Beattie, Caprice, Catrice, Clarice, Darice
Sibling Names
Hannah, Emma, Sarah, Emily, Anna, Rachel, Grace, Alexis, Lily, Abigail, Ava, Kayla, Noah, Jacob, Benjamin, Joshua, Luke, Ethan, Caleb, Daniel, Ryan, Matthew, Michael, Levi
About
Leatrice is a combination of Leah and Beatrice. Beatrice is an Italian form of Beatrix. Beatrix originates in Latin language and means "voyager". Beatrix was the name of several saints in Christianity and it was also a popular given name within royalty. A famous bearer was Beatrix Potter, an English author and creator of Peter Rabbit. Beatrice was popularized by Beatrice Portinari, the muse of the Italian poet and author of Divine Comedy, Dante Alighieri.::Leatrice as a girl's name is of English origin meaning "she who brings happiness".
Famous Persons
Leatrice R. Arakaki - writerLeatrice Joy - actress
Numerology
The name Leatrice has a numerology value of 6 In numerological terms, this means the following HomeThe place in which one's domestic affections are centered.The place or region where something is native or most common.FamilyA basic social unit consisting of parents and their children, considered as a group, whether dwelling together or not: the traditional family.A social unit consisting of one or more adults together with the children they care for.All those persons considered as descendants of a common progenitor.ResponsibilityThe state or fact of being responsible.An instance of being responsibleA particular burden of obligation upon one who is responsibleReliability or dependability, especially in meeting debts or payments.