The meaning of Jytte is 'praise', 'Jewess', or 'woman of Judea',. The name is of Danish origins and is most often given as the first name of the girl child. The name has a deeper root in the Hebrew name Judith. Several notable people have had the name Jytte, these include Jytte Abildstrøm a Danish actress who has appeared in over 40 films to date. Jytte Solveig Hansen was also a silver medalist in the swimming event at the 1954 European Aquatics Championships. Jytte Hilden a Danish who is a chemical engineer by profession also served as the Danish Minister for Culture in the '90s. While she previously served as an elected official of the Parliament of Denmark also known as Folketing in the '70s. A professor of political science at the Brandeis University in Massachusetts is also named Jytte Klansen. It is believed that people named Jytte have an affinity for risk-taking, and monotony as well as possess the qualities of a good strategist.