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Girl Names Ending with -nia

Nia ending baby names and what they mean, with 162 results. -nia names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names reached the top of their popularity in the 1920s (usage of 2.31%) and are now much less common (usage 0.14%, 94% less), with names such as Lavinia becoming less fashionable. Kenia (#777) and Nia (#442) are two of the more chic baby names here, while Bonia (top 56%) and Dynia (76%) are popular -nia surnames.

-nia names

Adonia - Avania | Azania - Dania | Dania - Fania | Fania - Ionia | Ionia - Lorenia | Marcenia - Reginia | .. - .. | Zinnia - Zonia

Adonia - Avania

From Greek language. "Extremely good looking." Uncommon. Compare Adonia and common surnames Anania (upper 21%), Avenia (76%), which also end with -nia. Cross-gender use.

Root fr. Latin word. "White, fair." Albinia is an uncommon first name. See also Alsinia.

Form of Alba. Source fr. Latin element. "White." Albinia was not among 2015's Top names. See also Alvina.

Var. of Alva. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "White." Not that popular as a children's name. See also Albinka.

Alcinia, Allcinia, Alsinia
Var. of Alcina. Based on Greek word. Spanish and Portuguese name .. Not in Top 2000.

Allonia, Alonia
Forms of Alona. Stems fr. Hebrew. "Oak tree." Unusual. Allonia and Alonia are not found in the US Demographics.

Alveenia, Alvinia1, Elvenia1, Elvinia1
Var. of Alvina. From Old English word. "Elf or magical being, friend." Elvedi and Elvein are creative variations.

Alvinia2, Elvenia2, Elvinia2
Var. of Elvina. From Old English word. "Elf or magical being, friend." Uncommon. Alvinia, Elvenia, Elvinia, similar to Erzilia, end with the androgynous-sounding -ia.

Form of Anya. Based on Hebrew language. "He (God) has favored me." Ania is generally used as a girls' name among the variant forms of Anya. See also Ann.

Form of Aanya. Based on Sanskrit, Hindi languages. "Inexhaustibility; other, another person." Ania soared in popularity 9 years ago. See also Amiya.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -nia names: Ania, Antonia, Apolonia, Tonia

Ania3, Hania
Forms of Anna. Source fr. Hebrew element. "He (God) has favored me." Hania and variants were favored as baby names a decade ago.

Form of Anne. Root fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Sparing use. Ania is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Amma.

From Polish, Slavic. "He (God) has favored me." Less used today. Ania was last found in 2010 in the Top 2000. See also Annie.

Ansonia, var. Annesonia, Annsonia
.. Possibly means son of Ann or .. Ansonia, Annesonia and Annsonia are barely found as women's names.

Antonia and variantsAntonia1, var. Anthonia, Tonia1
Based on Latin element. Feminine of Anthony, used since classical .. Adoption of Antonia and forms grew 45 years ago and has become less, with Tonia becoming less in vogue.

Antonia2, Tonia2
Forms of Antoinette. Derived fr. French, Latin. .. Also a diminutive of Ann. Antonia is in the Top 2000.

Apollonia and variantsApollonia, var. Appolinia, Apollinia, Apolonia, Appolonia
Stems fr. Greek. .. Mythology. Usage of Apolonia and forms was more pronounced among parents in the 1910s.

Var. of Arden. Root fr. Latin element. "Great forest." Ardenia is seldom adopted as a baby name. See also Arcenia.

Arsenia, var. Arcenia, Arsania
From Spanish, Greek. "Masculine." Arsenia, Arcenia and Arsania are not often adopted as baby names.

Avania, Avannia
Var. of Ayanna. Derivative of Kiswahili language. "Beautiful flower." Scarce. Avania and Avannia are not listed in the US Census.

Quick Reference

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

1. Adonia - Avania
Adonia, Albinia, Alba [Albinia], Alva [Albinia], Alcina [Alsinia, ..], Alona [Alonia, ..], Alvina [Elvinia, ..], Elvina [Elvinia, ..], Anya [Ania], Aanya [Ania], Anna [Hania, ..], Anne [Ania], Ania, Ansonia [Annsonia, ..], Antonia [Tonia, ..], Antoinette [Tonia, ..], Apollonia [Appolonia, ..], Arden [Ardenia], Arsenia [Arsania, ..], Ayanna [Avannia, ..]

Azania, Begonia, Brittany [Brittania], Brittania [Britannia, ..], Bronwyn [Bronia], Caledonia, California, Calligenia, Calpurnia, Carmel [Carmania], Catriona [Catrinia, ..], Celandine [Zeledonia, ..], Selena [Selenia, ..], Selina [Selenia, ..], Celina [Celenia], Chamania [Hamania], Chanya [Hania, ..], Christina [Kristinia, ..], Danielle [Dania], Dana [Dania]

Danna [Dannia, ..], Davina [Divinia, ..], Delphine [Delphinia], Dena [Denia], Divina [Divinia], Donalda [Donia], Donna [Donia], Eden [Edenia], Elaine [Elainia], Earla [Erlinia], Armina [Erminia], Erma [Irminia, ..], Ermine [Erminia], Estefany [Estefania], Eithne [Ethenia], Eugenia [Genia, ..], Euphemia [Euphenia], Evania, Stephanie [Stephania, ..], Frances [Fronia, ..]

Fanny [Fannia, ..], Fawn [Fawnia, ..], Fenia, Philana [Filania], Flaminia, Gardenia, Giustinia, Grainne [Grania, ..], Hania [Hannia, ..], Harmony [Harmonia], Henrietta [Henia], Hermia [Herminia], Herminia, Hermione [Herminia], Hibernia, Ida [Idania], Iduna [Idonia], Ilana [Ilania], Imogen [Imogenia], Ionia [Eionia]

Ione [Ionia], Iphigenia [Genia, ..], Jasmine [Yasminia, ..], Ivana [Ivania], Jacinda [Jacenia], Jane [Vania, ..], Jessica [Jesenia], Jessenia [Yessenia, ..], Juno [Junia], Kenya [Kenia], Kendra [Kenia], Kenna [Kennia], Latanya [Latonia, ..], La- [Latonia], Laudonia, Lavinia [Luvinia, ..], Leona [Leonia], Levana [Levania], Llesenia, Lorena [Lorenia]

Marcene [Marcenia], Marmara [Marnia], Marcella [Marsellonia], Melanie [Melania], Mouna [Mounia], Nan [Nania], Nathania [Nethania, ..], Nia, Oceana [Oceania], Olena [Olinia], Orane [Orania], Pania, Parmenia [Permenia], Parthenia [Pathinia, ..], Petra [Petronia], Petunia, Prima [Priminia], Rani [Rania], Ravenna [Ravinia], Regina [Reginia]

Robin [Robinia, ..], Roberta [Robinia, ..], Ramona [Romonia], Ruby [Rubinia], Saffron [Saffronia], Sardinia, Sedona [Sedonia], Shana [Shania], Shania, Sidonia [Sydonia], Sylvia [Silvania], Simone [Simonia], Sirena [Sirenia], Sonia [Sohnia], Sophia [Sonia], Sophronia [Sofronia, ..], Tanya [Tania, ..], Tatiana [Tatiania, ..], Taryn [Tarnia], Tawny [Tawnia]

Terena [Terenia], Theophania [Teophania, ..], Titania [Tania], Toni [Tonia], Tranquilina [Tranquilinia], Tryphena [Tryphenia], Umnia, Urania [Urainia, ..], Valonia [Vallonia], Vanessa [Vania], Vania, Vidonia [Veedonia], Vienna [Viennia], Vinia [Venia, ..], Virginia [Virginnia, ..], Xenia [Zenia, ..], Yesenia [Yessenia, ..], Zena [Zenia, ..], Zelenia, Zaina [Zenia]

Zinnia [Zinia], Zona [Zonia]

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