Evita.com dropped; female name unlike any other

Evita.com, the domain name matching the female name “Evita” expired, dropped, and it’s in a DropCatch auction ending today.

Evita is ranked as the 8,066th most popular given name in the United States with an estimated population of 1,161. That means the name is quite rare, according to stats provided by MyNameStats.com.

We personally know of only one living person that uses “Evita” as her name!

Why is “Evita” a special first name, you may ask. That’s because it’s the nickname of “Evita” María Eva Duarte de Perón, Argentine politician, activist, actress, and philanthropist who served as First Lady of Argentina from June 1946 until her death in July 1952, as the wife of Argentine President Juan Domingo Perón.

Evita Peron – Photo: Wikipedia / PD

Evita is also a musical with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. It was popular for many years on Broadway and was turned into a film starring Madonna in the protagonist role of Evita.

All that being said, the domain name Evita. com was registered in 1998, after dropping from a previous registration (Archive.org capture from 1996.) In 1999, it was being sold by iDomain.com that was also selling 2-letter .com domains starting at $7,500 dollars!

Not much was done with the domain Evita.com through the years, as there are hardly any archived pages from the past 20 years. In recent years, the domain was most likely in the possession of a Dutch company called E-vita. There is a Museum Evita in Argentina that might be interested in this domain name.

The Evita.com auction sits at $11,001 dollars currently. Evita is taken in more than 119 generic TLDs and ccTLDs, according to dotDB.

Update: The auction closed at $25,000 dollars. DropCatch account “doron82” is the winner!

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One Response to “Evita.com dropped; female name unlike any other”
  1. Rolf says:

    Evita & Peron is associated with two buzzwords: Nazi & Populism. Also the decline of what should have been one of the worlds richest countries.

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