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Girl Names Ending with -ja

Ja ending baby names and what they mean, with 70 results. -ja names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity 2 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 0.1%) and have become significantly less conventional since, with names like Sonja becoming somewhat dated. Seja (TOP 38%) and Saja (79%) are familiar -ja last names.

-ja names

Abeedja - Gracija | Halleluja - Maeja | Marja - Silvija | Sofronja - Viktorija

Abeedja - Gracija

Abeeja, Abeedja
Var. of Abijah. Origin fr. Hebrew word. "God is my father." Uncommon, but Abeedja, Abeeja are similar to common surnames Aneja (UPPER 72%), Abeja (67%), which also end with -ja.


Based on Hindi element. "Goat." Less used today. Aja last appeared in 2012 in the Top 2000.

Var. of Asia. From Greek language. "Sunrise." Used somewhat widely as a girls' name, Aja is similar to the familiar Ana. See also Aju.

Var. of Amelia. Derived fr. Latin, Old German languages. "Rival, eager work." Unusual as a girls' name, but Amalija is comparable to the more common Analisa.

Tasja, Stasja, Nastassja, Anastasija
Forms of Anastasia. Based on Greek word. "Resurrection." Uncommon as baby names, but Tasja, Anastasija, etc. are similar to the more familiar Tasha.

Var. of Angela. Derived fr. Greek element. "Messenger; angel, messenger of God." Andjelija was not a Top birth name in 2016.


Form of Anna. Stems fr. Hebrew language. "He (God) has favored me." Anja was popular in 2006. See also Anaka.

Var. of Anya. Based on Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Anja peaked in popularity in 2006. See also Anaka.

Var. of Antonia. Root fr. Latin. Feminine of Anthony, used since classical .. Antonija is rare as a children's name.

Stems fr. Spanish element. "Lower." Not in Top 2000. See also Baba.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ja names: Aja, Anja, Daija, Deja

Form of Basha. Root fr. Polish element. "Stranger." Outside Top 2000. See also Tasja.

Var. of Cecilia. Derived fr. Latin, Old Welsh. "Blind; sixth." Cecilija is uncommon as a feminine name.

Konstantija, Konstancja, Constantija
Forms of Constance. Derivative of Latin language. "Constant, steadfast." Not Top 2000 names.

Kornelija, Cornelija, Corneelija
Forms of Cornelia. Derivative of Latin element. "Horn." Not in popularity charts.

Deja and variants

Deja, var. Deija, Daija
Stems fr. French, Spanish. "Already, remembrance." Rare, with usage of 0.004% for Deja and variants as birth names in 2016, lower than 0.005% the year before.

Var. of Emily. Source fr. Latin language. "Rival; laborious; eager." Not in Top 2000.

Var. of Eulalia. Root fr. Greek language. "Good speaking." Rather quirky as a baby name.

Var. of Eugenia. From Greek. "Noble aristocrat." Evgenija is rarely used as a birth name.

Var. of Fenia. In Scandinavian mythology, a giantess enslaved .. Fenja is unique as a children's name. See also Fenix.

Form of Grace. Origin fr. Latin word. "Favor, blessing." Gracida and Gracila are creative variations.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abeedja - Gracija
Abijah [Abeeja, Abeedja], Aja, Asia [Aja], Amelia [Amalija], Anastasia [Tasja, Stasja, Nastassja, Anastasija], Angela [Andjelija], Anna [Anja], Anya [Anja], Antonia [Antonija], Baja, Basha [Basja], Cecilia [Cecilija], Constance [Konstancja, Konstantija, Constantija], Cornelia [Kornelija, Cornelija, Corneelija], Deja [Deija, Daija], Emily [Emilija], Eulalia [Eulalja], Eugenia [Evgenija], Fenia [Fenja], Grace [Gracija]

Halleli [Halleluja], Anne [Hanja], Ionia [Ionija], Jeorjia [Jorja], Chava [Kaija], Hava [Kaija], Catherine [Kasja], Katherine [Kasja], Acacia [Kassja], Khadija [Kadija, Khadyja, Kadeeja], Kornelia [Kornelija], Cynthia [Kynthija], Latanya [Latanja], Letitia [Letycja, Leticja], Lydia [Lidija], Elizabeth [Liesja], Livia [Livija], Lucy [Luzija, Lucyja], Maia [Moja, Maja, Maaja], Maeja

Maria [Marja], Marjorie [Marja], Mary [Marja], Marmara [Marnja], Marni [Marnja], Miriam [Mirja], Moya [Moja], Nadia [Nadja, Nadija], Nastasia [Nastassja, Nastassija], Natalie [Natalja, Nathalija, Nastassja], Natasha [Natasja, Natashja, Natassija], Nicia [Nicija], Olena [Olinija], Olivia [Olivija], Ortensia [Ortensija], Petra [Petronija], Raja, Rose [Rasja], Silja [Silija, Sillija], Silvia [Silvija]

Sophronia [Sofronja], Sonia [Sonja, Sonnja, Sondja, Sohnnja], Sophia [Sonja], Taja [Taija], Talicia [Talija], Tanya [Tanja], Valentina [Valja], Vanessa [Vanija], Vasilia [Vasilija], Victoria [Viktorija]

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