Swedish robber and accessory to murder Kerstis Karin Olsdotter ("Jutta") at her arrest in 1909
|Meaning||"Mankind, child, descendant"|
|Variant form(s)||Judith, Eutha, Henrietta|
The feminine name Jutta is a German form of Judith. In German it is pronounced Yutta—the u is pronounced like the u in "put."[needs IPA]
It could also derive from the Germanic name Eutha, meaning "mankind, child, descendant", or from a short form of Henrietta.
- Silvas, Anna. Jutta and Hildegard: The Biographical Sources. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1998.