Judith
Origin/Usage
Hebrew
Pronunciation
JOO-dith
Meaning
Judea woman
Like the Name Judith?
BOYS
GIRLS
+ Judith
+ Add to My Favorites

More info about the name "Judith"

Judith originates in Hebrew language and means "Judea woman". It is a feminine form of Judah. Judith was a character in the Book of Genesis. She is also the heroine of the Book of Judith, a part of the Old Testament. As a feminine given name it was most popular in the middle of the 20th century. Since then its usage has declined.

Popularity of the Name Judith
Also Spelled Like...

Judita, Judite, Judithe, Judy, Judyth, Jody

Famous Judiths

Judith Resnik - astronaut
Judith Cofer - published author
Judith Baca - artist
Judith Jamison - dancer
Judith Cutler - writer
Judith Adams - writer
Judith Kalman - writer
Judith Clarke - writer
Judith Fox - writer
Judith Fabry - published author
Judith Light - actress
Judith Blake - writer
Judith Doyle - writer
Judith Gruber - published author
Judith Jobse - musician
Judith Hawkes - writer
Judith Ivey - actress

+ Add a Name · View More
Do you like the name Judith?
Discussion on the name Judith
Weekly Prize Big thumb teas and juices clean transparent

One lucky winner will receive a gift package from Bundle Organics including 3 pack pregnancy & lactation teas and a 3 pack juices.Bundle Organics provides nourishment across a platform of beverages for women who are trying to conceive, pregnant, or nursing.  Bundle Organics' pasteurized juices are made with USDA organic, non-GMO fruits and veggies, and fortified with OBGYN-recommended nutrients that complement daily prenatal vitamins.  Their line of Nausea Relief and Pregnancy Wellness teas are designed with whole-food based ingredients to address moms’ needs during all...

The BellyBallot Story

We built BellyBallot to make naming your baby more fun. In under 2 minutes, parents can involve friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to vote on their favorite names. Parents can now include loved ones from all over the globe on the joyous occasion of celebrating a new child's life.