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."
It could also derive from the Germanic name Eutha, meaning "mankind, child, descendant", or from a short form of Henrietta.
Jutta name holders
Countess Jutta von Sponheim
Countess Jutta von Sponheim (December 22, 1091–1136) was the youngest of four noblewomen who were born into affluent surroundings in what is currently the Rhineland-Palatinate. She was the daughter of Count Stephen of Spanheim.
Rebetzin Yitty Neustadt
Yitty Neustadt Rebetzin (wife of a rabbi) was writer and speaker on orthodox Jewish traditions. A personal story about her is mentioned in several books on birthright and orthodox Jewish thought.
- Silvas, Anna. Jutta and Hildegard: The Biographical Sources. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1998.