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Ghita and Ita are Italian equivalents of the English name "Peggy." The diminutive in question serves as an affectionate nickname for Margarita and Margherita, whose origins ultimately trace back to the Sanskrit मञ्जरी (mañjarī) for "pearl." The respective pronunciations will be "GEE-ta" and "EE-ta" for the nicknames and "MAR-ga-REE-ta" and "MAR-ghey-REE-ta" for the forenames in Pisan Italian.

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