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Girl Names Ending with -asia

Asia ending baby names and what they mean, with 24 results. -asia names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity in 1998 (USAGE OF 0.17%) and are somewhat less conventional today (USAGE 0.12%, 27%), with names like Tasia going out of style. Anastasia (#148) is the most contemporarily stylish baby name here, while Masia (TOP 72%) and Fantasia (19%) are conventional -asia last names.

-asia names

Anastasia - Stasia | Stasia - Tasia

Anastasia - Stasia

Anastasia and variants

Anastasia, var. Tasia, Stasia1, Nastasia1, Asia1, Annastasia, Anasztasia
Origin fr. Greek language. "Resurrection." Anastasya is also a somewhat popular birth name.


Form of Aisha. Based on Arabic element. "Alive and well." Asia (TOP 45%), like Atria (TOP 74%), Arria (70%), is a popular -ia suffix last name. See also Assi.

Derivative of Greek word. "Sunrise." Adoption of Asia as a girls' name in 2018 was down 26.7% compared to the year before. See also Asa.

Derivative of Greek element. "Welcome, invite." Aspasia is uncommon as a baby name.

Athanasia, var. Athenasia, Atanasia
Origin fr. Greek word. "Eternal life." Athanasia, Atanasia and Athenasia were not Top birth names in 2018.

Form of Barbara. Root fr. Latin element. "Foreign woman." Basia was not a Top birth name in 2018. See also Kasia.

Form of Basha. From Polish. "Stranger." Not much used as a girls' name. See also Nasia.

Stems fr. Latin language. "Lisp, stutter." Blasia is unique as a girls' name. See also Basia.

Var. of Blaise. Source fr. Latin. "Lisp, stutter." Compare last names Blasio, Blasi. See also Blaysia.

Var. of Acacia. Derivative of Greek element. "Thorny tree." Unique. Casia is not listed in the US Census. See also Nasia.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -asia names: Anastasia, Asia, Stasia, Tasia

Form of Chantal. Stems fr. Old French language. "Stone." Chantasia was not a Top birth name in 2018.

Form of Hypatia. Root fr. Greek word. "Highest." Hypasia is a rare female name.

Form of Catherine. Origin fr. Greek element. "Pure." Unconventional. Kasia is not listed in the US Census. See also Kalia.

Var. of Katherine. Based on Greek language. "Pure." A rare baby name. See also Kaija.

Var. of Nasya. From Hebrew. "Miracle of God." Not widespread. Nasia is not found in the US Demographics. See also Tasia.

Source fr. Greek word. "Resurrection." Not Top 2000 name.

Form of Natasha. Stems fr. Latin word. "Birthday." Naasia and Nitasia are creative variations. See also Natania.

Var. of Oracia. From Spanish element. .. The name is also related to .. Orasia is not in the Top 2000. See also Orsa.

Var. of Rose. Source fr. Latin. "Rose." Unique. Rasia (cf. Rubia) has the androgynous-sounding -ia suffix. See also Risa.


Form of Eustacia. Derived fr. Greek word. "Fruitful." Stasia is common as a children's name among the forms of Eustacia. See also Stasee.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -asia names for girls.

1. Anastasia - Stasia
Anastasia [Asia, Tasia, Stasia, Nastasia, Annastasia, Anasztasia], Aisha [Asia], Asia, Aspasia, Athanasia [Atanasia, Athenasia], Barbara [Basia], Basha [Basia], Blasia, Blaise [Blasia], Acacia [Casia], Chantal [Chantasia], Hypatia [Hypasia], Catherine [Kasia], Katherine [Kasia], Nasya [Nasia], Nastasia, Natasha [Natasia], Oracia [Orasia], Rose [Rasia], Eustacia [Stasia]

Stacy [Stasia], Taisiya [Tasia], Tasha [Tasia], Tasia

Usage comparison for -asia names