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Girl Names Ending with -iana

Iana ending baby names and what they mean, with 125 results. -iana names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names reached its highest 2 years ago (ADOPTION OF 1.7%) and has remained as conventional to this day (ADOPTION 1.6%, DOWN 1.6%), but with names such as Tatiana falling out of fashion. The most trendy girl names in this compilation are Ariana (#54), Eliana (#93), Elliana (#250), Aviana (#392) and Luciana (#434), while Uliana (TOP 85%) and Piana (43%) are popular -iana surnames.

-iana names

Abriana - Cariana | Caroliana - Dulciana | Egidiana - Giuliana | Gloriana - Kiana | Kiriana - Olimpiana | Orarariana - Toshiana | Valeriana - Yuridiana

Abriana - Cariana


Derivative of Hebrew language. "Father of many." Airiana is also a somewhat common birth name. See also Ariana.


Form of Adrienne. Based on Latin. "From Hadria." Popular, and Adriana is comparable to common surnames Arana (TOP 3%), Apana (41%), which also end with -ana. See also Abriana.

Derivative of Spanish word. "Forgiveness." Rare. Agraciana (compare Aureliana) has the androgynous -ana suffix.


From Hebrew element. "My God has answered." Used widely as a baby name, Aliana is similar to the conventional Alonna. See also Alona.


Form of Andrea. From Greek. "Manly, virile." Somewhat common as a girls' name, Andriana is similar to the common Audriana.

Ariana and variants

Ariana1, var. Arriana
Derived fr. Welsh. "Silver." Arriana and variants rose in popularity in 2014 and are almost as popular now.


Form of Ariadne. Derivative of Greek word. "Most holy." A very familiar birth name (#54 IN LATEST RANKINGS), Ariana also exists regularly as a female first name. See also Adriana.


Form of Aubrey. Stems fr. Old German language. "Elf or magical being, power." Popular as a children's name, Aubriana is comparable to the popular Abrianna. See also Audriana.


A blend of Audrey and Anna. Audriana has surged in popularity since 1880-1889. See also Adrianah.

Form of Aurelia. Stems fr. Latin word. "Golden." Rare, with the androgynous -na ending for Aureliana, like Abriana.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -iana names: Abriana, Adriana, Aliana, Andriana, Ariana

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -iana names: Arriana, Aubriana, Audriana, Aviana, Briana, Viviana

Form of Aura. Based on Latin word. "Wind." Not in Top 2000. See also Airina.


Blend of Ava and Ana. A very conventional children's name. See also Abina.

Sebastiana, Bastiana
Var. of Sebastiane. Based on Greek language. "Revered." Unique, with the -ana ending for Bastiana, Sebastiana, like Briana, Breiana.

Var. of Bettina. Based on Hebrew element. "God is my oath." Rare as a baby name, but Betiana is comparable to the more conventional Bethany. See also Bethan.

Vivian and variants

Viviana, Vibiana, Bibiana1
Forms of Vivian. Based on Latin language. "Lively." Viviana and variants peaked in popularity less than a decade ago and have remained common.

Derivative of Italian, Spanish, Latin. Variant of Vivian. Bibiada and Bibin are creative variations. See also Vibiana.

Form of Breanna. Root fr. English, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic languages. "High, noble, exalted." Breiana is not frequently adopted as a birth name. See also Briauna.


Form of Brianna. From Irish, Gaelic, Celtic. "High, noble, exalted." Briana was among 2016's Top names. See also Breiann.

Var. of Caprice. Derivative of English, French, Italian elements. "Whimsical, playful." Unique, with the -ana suffix for Capriana, like Coreana, Chipriana. See also Ciprianna.

Var. of Carina. Derivative of Latin language. "Beloved." Unusual. Cariana is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Coreana.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abriana - Cariana
Abriana, Adrienne [Adriana], Agraciana, Aliana, Andrea [Andriana], Ariana [Arriana], Ariadne [Ariana], Aubrey [Aubriana], Audriana, Aurelia [Aureliana], Aura [Auriana], Aviana, Sebastiane [Sebastiana, ..], Bettina [Betiana], Vivian [Viviana, ..], Bibiana, Breanna [Breiana], Brianna [Briana], Caprice [Capriana], Carina [Cariana]

Caroline [Caroliana], Cedrica [Cedriana], Cheyenne [Chiana], Christian [Cristiana, ..], Christiana [Tiana, ..], Christina [Christiana], Ciana [Kiana], Cipriana [Sypriana, ..], Cypris [Supriana, ..], Dahlia [Dahiana], Damia [Damiana], Davina [Daviana], Deborah [Debriana], Demi [Demiana], Daria [Dhariana], Diana, Didiane [Didiana], Dillian [Dilliana, ..], Doria [Doriana], Dulce [Dulsiana, ..]

Egidia [Egidiana], Eliana [Elliana], Elaine [Elliana], Elvia [Elviana], Emilia [Emiliana], Fabia [Fabiana], Felicia [Feliciana], Florence [Floriana], Flora [Floriana], Gaia [Gaiana], Galiena [Galiana], Galiana, Georgia [Georgiana], Georgina [Georgiana], Gianna [Giana], Johnna [Giana], Gillian [Giliana], Julia [Juliana, ..], Giulia [Julliana, ..], Giuliana

Gloria [Gloriana], Grace [Gratiana, ..], Gregoria [Gregoriana], Hadria [Hadriana], Ayanna [Iana], Eileen [Iliana], Aileen [Liana, ..], Ilana [Iliana], Iliana [Illiana], Indiana [Idiana], Irene [Iriana], Iris [Iridiana], Jiana, Jillian [Jilliana, ..], Juliana [Giuliana], Giustinia [Justiniana], Kara [Kariana], Katherine [Katriana], Kerry [Keriana], Kiana [Quiana, ..]

Kira [Kiriana], Kristina [Krystiana, ..], Liana [Leiana], Lillian [Lilliana, ..], Lily [Liliana], Lori [Loriana], Louise [Louisiana], Luciana [Ciana], Lucy [Luciana], Luz [Luziana], Marcia [Marciana], Marian [Mariana], Marianne [Mariana], Mary [Mariana], Miliana, Mira [Miriana], Helen [Nelliana], Octavia [Octoviana, ..], Oliana, Olympia [Olimpiana]

Ora [Orarariana], Oriana, Priscilla [Prisciliana], Quiana [Qiana], Rhiannon [Riana, ..], Riane [Riana], Ryan [Riana], Shawna [Siana], Sian [Siana], Sylvia [Sylviana, ..], Siri [Siriana], Taja [Tajiana], Natasha [Tassiana], Tatiana [Tiatiana, ..], Terry [Teriana], Tia [Tiana], Tiana, Titania [Tiziana], Tori [Toriana], Tasha [Toshiana]

Valerie [Valeriana], Vianna [Viana], Victoria [Victoriana], Viridiana, Yuridiana

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