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Girl Names Ending with -mia

Mia ending baby names and what they mean, with 26 results. -mia names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the top of their popularity 6 years ago (USAGE OF 0.84%) and have remained as common to this day (USAGE 0.81%, 4% LESS). Amia (#782) and Mia (#6) are two of the more trendy names for newborns in this compilation, while Alomia (TOP 80%) and Fumia (80%) are popular -mia last names.

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Amia - Mia | Naomia - Yesemia

Amia - Mia

Form of Amy. Derivative of Old French, Latin elements. "Beloved." Amia became less popular in 2015, dropping -73 rankings as a birth name to reach #782.

Var. of Amiya. Possibly derived from the Sanskrit word .. Amyia is also a slightly prominent kid's name. See also Amya.

Anthemia, var. Anthymia, Antheemia
Origin fr. Greek element. "In bloom." Uncommon. Compare Anthemia, Antheemia, Anthymia with common -ia surnames Academia (UPPER 77%), Anchia (94%).

Form of Arsenia. Derived fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Masculine." Ansemia and Arsemis are creative forms.

Var. of Camilla. Derived fr. Latin element. "Helper to the priest." Compare surnames Camisa (UPPER 38%), Camit (87%). See also Canna.

Karmia, Carmia1
Forms of Carmen. Root fr. Hebrew language. "Garden, orchard." Unusual as baby names, but Carmia and Karmia are similar to the more conventional Karin.

Var. of Carmel. From Hebrew. "Garden, orchard." Unusual. Carmia, similar to Ceclia, Ceria, has the -ia ending. See also Carna.

Origin fr. Greek language. Possibly means "to tame", although the .. Unique. Damia is not listed in the US Census. See also Danea.

Form of Demi. Root fr. French, English. "Half." Rather quirky as a birth name. See also Dama.

Root fr. Hebrew element. "Silent." Unique, with the -ia suffix for Dumia, like Dosia, Daria. See also Demi.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -mia names: Amia, Euphemia, Jamia, Mia

Effie and variantsEuphemia1, Efthemia
Forms of Effie. Origin fr. Greek word. "Well-spoken." Less popular today. Euphemia was the variant last found (the 1910s) in the Top 2000.

Euphemia2, var. Eufemia, Efthymia, Efimia
Derived fr. Greek element. "Good to speak." Efimia and Efthymia are more uncommon as girls' names among the versions of Euphemia.

Form of Erma. Based on Old German word. "Entire, universal." Not that popular as a birth name. See also Hermila.

Form of Herminia. Source fr. Spanish word. .. A saint's name. Uncommon. Hermia, like Heladia, has the androgynous-sounding -ia ending. See also Herma.

Var. of Hermione. Derivative of Greek language. "Messenger." Unique, with the common -ia suffix for Hermia, like Helia, Helodia.

Origin fr. Greek. "Messenger." Scarce as a girls' name, but Hermia is comparable to the more conventional Hermina. See also Herma.

Var. of Jamie. Stems fr. Hebrew element. "He who supplants." Somewhat atypical as a birth name. See also Janna.

Derivative of Hebrew element. "The Lord is exalted." Rare, with the androgynous-sounding -ia ending for Jeremia, like Jamia. Gender-neutral name.

Form of Michelle. Stems fr. French, Hebrew languages. "Who is like God?." Popular as a children's name, Mia is comparable to the familiar Pia. See also Zia.

Derived fr. Israeli, Latin, Scandinavian languages. .. In Latin and Scandinavian, a short .. Mia has increased in popularity as a children's name since 1880-1889.

Quick Reference

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

1. Amia - Mia
Amy [Amia], Amiya [Amia], Anthemia [Anthymia, Antheemia], Arsenia [Arsemia], Camilla [Camia], Carmen [Carmia, Karmia], Carmel [Carmia], Damia, Demi [Demia], Dumia, Effie [Efthemia, Euphemia], Euphemia [Efimia, Eufemia, Efthymia], Erma [Hermia], Herminia [Hermia], Hermione [Hermia], Hermia, Jamie [Jamia], Jeremia, Michelle [Mia], Mia

Naomi [Naomia], Phemia [Femia], Samya [Samia], Therma [Thermia], Wyome [Wyomia], Yesenia [Yesemia]

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