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Girl Names Ending with -cia

Cia ending baby names and what they mean, with 107 results. -cia names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its peak 65 years ago (adoption of 4.37%) and has become significantly less since (adoption 0.16%, down 96%), with names such as Felicia becoming less fashionable. Lucia (#225) is the most trendy name for newborns in this list, while Galicia (top 4%) and Cuccia (10%) are familiar -cia last names.

-cia names

Aaricia - Celicia | Cericia - Doralicia | Dulcia - Jesscia | Jocia - Maricia | Melicia - Talicia | Talicia - Vanecia

Aaricia - Celicia

Derivative of Scandinavian language. "Proud, distinguished and noble princess." Aricia is a slightly prominent kid's name. See also Airicka.

Acacia and variantsAcacia, var. Cacia1
Derivative of Greek word. "Thorny tree." Common, and Acacia, Cacia (58%) are comparable to popular -ia last names Atia (top 70%), Alamia (34%).

Var. of Adelisa. Stems fr. French element. A blend of Adela and Lisa. Adalicia was not among 2015's Top names. See also Adelicia.

Var. of Adelaide. Source fr. Old German word. "Noble kind." Unique. Adelicia, similar to Adalicia, has the feminine -icia ending. See also Adelisa.

Adoncia, var. Doncia
Stems fr. Spanish language. "Sweet." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Agatha. Origin fr. Greek element. "Good, honorable." Not in popularity charts. See also Acacia.

Alice and variantsAlecia1, Alicia1, Allecia1, Allecia2
Forms of Alice. Source fr. Old German. "Noble, exalted." Alicia occurs frequently (upper 32%) as a last name.

Alicia and variantsAlicia2, var. Alecia2, Aleecia, Allicia, Alycia, Elicia, Lecia, Licia
Derivative of Old German word. "Noble, exalted." Alicia was a Top birth name in 2015.

Altagracia, var. Allagracia
Spanish name that is an elaboration .. Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Amy. Source fr. Old French, Latin languages. "Beloved." Amecia is irregularly used as a feminine name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -cia names: Acacia, Alecia, Alicia, Alycia, Anastacia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -cia names: Elicia, Lecia, Stacia

Var. of Annalisa. From Latin. "Graced with God's bounty." Unique. Analicia is not found in the US Demographics. See also Analilia.

Anastasia and variantsAnastacia, Stacia
Forms of Anastasia. Derivative of Greek element. "Resurrection." Less used today. Anastacia was the variation last appearing (2008) in the Top 2000.

Form of Isabel. Stems fr. Hebrew word. "God is my oath." Balicia and Belilia are creative variations. See also Melicia.

Benicia, var. Benecia
Root fr. Spanish. "Blessed one." Benicia and Benecia are not frequently adopted as baby names.

Var. of Bernice. Derivative of Greek element. "Victory bringer." Uncommon. Bernicia (compare Belicia, Beruria) ends with the unconventional -ia. See also Benicia.

Var. of Casey. Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Alert, watchful." Cacia, like the similar Camia, occurs more usually as a surname.

Var. of Caprice. Derivative of English, French, Italian elements. "Whimsical, playful." Capricia was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Catricia.

Form of Carla. Derivative of Old German language. "Free man." Rare, with the -icia suffix for Carlicia, like Cilicia, Catricia.

Var. of Catherine. Root fr. Greek word. "Pure." Catricia was not among 2015's Top names.

Form of Celina. Derivative of Latin, Greek. "Heaven; the moon." Celicia was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Belicia.

Quick Reference

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

1. Aaricia - Celicia
Aaricia, Acacia [Cacia], Adelisa [Adalicia], Adelaide [Adelicia], Adoncia [Doncia], Agatha [Agacia], Alice [Allecia, ..], Alicia [Licia, ..], Altagracia [Allagracia], Amy [Amecia], Annalisa [Analicia], Anastasia [Stacia, ..], Isabel [Belicia], Benicia [Benecia], Bernice [Bernicia], Casey [Cacia], Caprice [Capricia], Carla [Carlicia], Catherine [Catricia], Celina [Celicia]

Cerise [Cericia], Cilicia [Salicia], Clarissa [Clarecia], Clemence [Clemencia], Konstanze [Constancia], Constance [Constancia], Crecia, Lucretia [Lucreecia, ..], Deja [Dacia], Dacey [Dacia], Dacia, Candace [Kanticia, ..], Darcie [Darcia], Decima [Decia], Delicia [Dalicia], De- [Delicia], Dionysia [Dinicia], Theodosia [Docia], Domitilla [Domicia], Dora [Doralicia]

Dulce [Dulcia], Elisha [Elicia], Engracia, Grace [Gracia, ..], Eudocia [Docia], Eustacia [Stacia], Fabrizia [Fabricia], Felicia [Phyllicia, ..], Florence [Florincia, ..], Frances [Francia], Frederica [Fredricia], Fulgencia, Hortense [Hortencia, ..], Horatia [Horacia], Hypatia [Hypacia], Ignacia, Inocencia [Ynocencia, ..], Ja- [Janecia, ..], Janice [Janicia], Jessica [Jessicia, ..]

Jocelyn [Jocia], Kacie [Kacia], Kanisha [Kinicia, ..], Kapri [Kapricia], Keisha [Kicia, ..], La- [Latricia, ..], Lakeisha [Lakicia, ..], Latisha [Letticia, ..], Latrice [Latricia, ..], Laura [Lauricia], Lecia, Letitia [Leticia], Licia [Leecia], Lucy [Lucia], Lucia, Lycia, Lyric [Lyricia], Melisha [Mellicia, ..], Marcia, Marissa [Maricia]

Melissa [Melicia], Mercia, Natasha [Natacia], Nerissa [Nericcia], Nicole [Nicia], Nicia [Neecia], Oracia, Patience [Paciencia], Patricia [Tricia], Phylicia [Philicia], Precious [Precia], Prudence [Prudencia], Sally [Salcia], Sancia, Sherry [Shericia], Stacy [Stacia], Stephanie [Stefcia], Tacy [Tacia], Ta- [Talicia], Talitha [Talicia]

Talicia, Tanisha [Tinecia, ..], Tertia [Tercia], Tricia, Valentina [Valencia], Valencia, Venetia [Venicia, ..]

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