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Girl Names Ending with -iah

Iah ending baby names and what they mean, with 46 results. -iah names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names reached the top of their popularity in the year 2008 (ADOPTION OF 0.4%) and are almost as popular today (ADOPTION 0.3%, 22.1% LESS), but with names such as Mariah becoming less fashionable. The most trendy birth names in this list are Aliah (#1108), Ariah (#343), Azariah (#822), Keziah (#1308) and Zariah (#437), while Kizziah (TOP 25%) and Appiah (19%) are conventional -iah surnames. Here is the list of -iah names for boys.

-iah names

Abiah - Hediah | Ieashiah - Raziah | Sariah - Zariah

Abiah - Hediah

Abiah, var. Aviah
Root fr. Hebrew word. "God is my father." Abiyah is a marginally favored baby name.

Adiah, Addiah
Var. of Ada. Stems fr. Old German language. "Noble." Addiah and Adiah were not Top birth names in 2018.

Var. of Adrienne. Derivative of Latin. "From Hadria." Unconventional, but Adriah is comparable to popular -ah last names Awuah (TOP 71%), Acquah (55%). See also Adiah.

Aisha and variants

Ieeshiah, Ieashiah, Asiah1, Ashiah, Aisiah
Forms of Aisha. Based on Arabic. "Alive and well." Uncommon. Aisiah, Asiah, etc. are not listed in the US Census.

Aliya and variants

Alliah, Aliah
Forms of Aliya. Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Exalted, sublime." Aliah is commonplace as a baby name among the versions of Aliya.

Form of Alida. From Latin. "Small winged one." Unique, with the androgynous-sounding -ah ending for Allidiah, like Alikah.

Form of Alice. Derivative of Old German language. "Noble, exalted." Rare, with the androgynous -ah ending for Allysiah, like Alliah. See also Alaysia.


Form of Amaris. Root fr. Hebrew. "Promised by God." Usage of Amariah as a children's name in 2018 was 14.3% less than the previous year. See also Amara.


Var. of Amy. Derivative of Old French, Latin words. "Beloved." Amiah was among 2018's Top names.


Var. of Aria. Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Lioness." Ariah is widely used as a girls' name compared to other versions. See also Ardah.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -iah names: Aliah, Amariah, Amiah, Ariah, Asiah, Azariah

Var. of Asia. Origin fr. Greek. "Sunrise." Asiah is a scarce women's name. See also Ayisah.


Var. of Azaria. From Hebrew word. "Helped by God." Azariah is a Top 2000 baby name. Also used for boys.

Form of Chamania. Derived fr. Hebrew. "Sunflower." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -ah ending for Chamaniah, like Chaninah.

Var. of Dalia. Derived fr. Arabic, Hebrew languages. "Gentle; slender branch, tendril." Doliah and Tiliah are creative forms. See also Laliah.

Var. of Datya. Derived fr. Hebrew language. "Belief in God." Uncommon, with the androgynous -ah suffix for Datiah, like Daliyah. See also Daliah.

Var. of Gilia. Based on Hebrew language. "Joy of the Lord." Rare, with the androgynous -ah suffix for Giliah, like Gelilah. See also Giulia.

Var. of Chanya. Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Grace of the Lord." Haniah is seldom adopted as a children's name.

Form of Hania. From Hebrew, Arabic words. "A place to rest." Rare, with the -ah suffix for Hanniah, like Halimah, Hanah. See also Hanna.

Form of Hedia. From Hebrew language. "Jehovah's echo." Hediah is not a Top 2000 name. See also Heda.

Form of Hedy. Based on Greek, Hebrew words. "Delightful, sweet; my echo." Rare. Hediah (compare Halah) uses the common androgynous -ah suffix. See also Hadia.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abiah - Hediah
Abiah [Aviah], Ada [Adiah, Addiah], Adrienne [Adriah], Aisha [Asiah, Ashiah, Aisiah, Ieeshiah, Ieashiah], Aliya [Aliah, Alliah], Alida [Allidiah], Alice [Allysiah], Amaris [Amariah], Amy [Amiah], Aria [Ariah], Asia [Asiah], Azaria [Azariah], Chamania [Chamaniah], Dalia [Daliah], Datya [Datiah], Gilia [Giliah], Chanya [Haniah], Hania [Hanniah], Hedia [Hediah], Hedy [Hediah]

Ieesha [Ieashiah], Kezia [Keziah, Ketziah], Kiana [Kiah], Kia [Kiah], Kira [Kiriah], Laila [Laliah], Mahalia [Mahaliah], Maia [Maiah], Maria [Moriah, Mariah, Moraiah], Mariah, Maya [Miah], Mia [Miah], Michaela [Micaiah], Moriah [Moraiah], Myra [Myriah], Nia [Niah], Pelia [Peliah], Rabab [Rabiah], Rabiah, Raziah

Sariah, Sofia [Sofiah], Talia [Taliah], Umnia [Umniah], Zakiya [Zakiah], Zara [Zariah]

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