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Zeita, Zayta or Zita (Arabic: زيتة or زيتا) may refer to:
- Zedea, an Armenian village, formerly known as Zeita or Zeyta, in the Vayots Dzor Province of Armenia
- Raml Zayta, a Palestinian village in the Tulkarm District depopulated in 1948
- Zayta, Hebron, a Palestinian village in the Hebron District depopulated in 1948
- Zeita Jamma'in, a Palestinian village in the Nablus Governorate of the West Bank
- Zeita, Tulkarm, a Palestinian village in the Tulkarm Governorate of the West Bank
- Zita al-Gharbiyah, a Syrian village inhabited by Lebanese in the Homs Governorate
- Kafr Zita, a Syrian town in the Hama Governorate
- Zeta, the sixth letter of the Greek alphabet
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