|Pronunciation||📣 \p(a)-tri-cia, pat-ricia\|
|Number in U.S||👶 1,600,000|
|Rate in 2021||2092|
|Name origin||🌍 Mexican|
Patricia is a woman's name that will never go out of style. The musicality of its pronunciation, and the beautiful meaning it has, make it one of the favorite names for girls in Spain. In addition, women named Patricia are strong, enterprising and determined.
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The meaning of the name Patricia is "noble woman" or "one who is noble or aristocrat".
The name Patricia is of Latin origin and comes from Ancient Rome. At that time, the patricians (patricii) were the privileged social class in Roman society. For this reason, the name Patricia has the meaning of noble.
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Very fitting for our Irish son Patrick Ryan. We call him Paddy.
i love this i am so noble
Why do so many people on this website complain about how other people "spelt" their name?
My name is spelled Patrisia. When I tell anybody my name they always think it's with a C. I'm named after my Aunt. Patrisia Marie and Trisia Marie we both have the same last name too.
I'm not crazy about my name, but i guess it could have been a lot worse ... I'm told that i was named after a famous actress in the forty's, Patricia Neil ... my father wanted to name me after his mother > Betty < which i am so grateful that my mother did not agree ... i also passionately hate the nickname 'Pat' ... i think if people would just LISTen'to how you introduce yourself they would know what to call you, whether it is a nickname or your full name ... i always introduce myself as Pati ... that is what i like and what i prefer ... i almost always correct a person when'they call me something else.
i still don't get why so many people assume its okay to call anyone named Patricia by the nickname "Pat".. I have always been a Tricia or a Trish..what does anyone else think?
My mom decided to spell my name Patrisha so its been misspelled one too many times lol but the older I get, the more I love my name... its not very common so growing up I thought it was horrible but now its quite beautiful. (thanks mom!) oh and also, my middle name is Maree', which I adore :)
Hi I'm Patricia, haha, a girl. And I would just like to say that'sometimes I get nicknames ,not all of them I like. When I was in elementary school I was in a clique and my nickname would be "pacific" , silly right? Well I only got that nickname because no "cute" nicknames started with a "P" .Well now in middle school one of my friends pronounces my name in Spanish I guess that is great because since I am Hispanic my parents pronounce my name the'same way. But, my entire family(brothe's sisters parents niece and nephew)call me Paty for short and they also pronounce this in Spanish .I don't mind being called Paty but, when I was younger people in school would terrorize me because of my name, they'd call me Patrick etc.)Both my first and middle name I guess clash, what do you think? Sincerely, Patricia Isabel.
Hi I'm Patricia from India, everyone calls me pat. Actually I have Irish blood and I love this name dedicated to St. Patrick
The name is rooted in Hebrew... for strong or fI'm. Just decided on this name for my first child. Ethan James
are they serious? ive never met a boy/man named Patricia.... Patrick, yes, but not Patricia....are they crazy???
I grew up not liking my name but i like it now and my husband says he loves it because it's a very sophisticated name. I often call myself Trish and if i ever have a baby girl I would like to name her Trishelle. We'll see...
just not a fan of the name! sounds very heavy...cumbersome...matronly...awkward. not sure what it is; just not a great name.
Love my name, Patricia Iris, very noble indeed.
Very popular in Germany at the moment, whereas in the United States it is considered as dated as Elmer, Wilbur, and Mortimer or even old lady names like Ethel, Beulah, Hortense, I'ma, and Eunice.
I love my name! It comes from my grandmother Patricia Irene
Not for a boy! the male version is Patricio which, by the way, is my name. It is always mispronounced and mispelled, so I shortened to "Pat"
Hi - almost all Patricias- born before 1972 - are Patricia Ann. Why? Was there an actress or some other well known person by that name