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Girl Names Ending with -ria

Ria ending baby names and what they mean, with 108 results. -ria names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the top of their popularity in the year 1993 (ADOPTION OF 2.1%) and are almost as common today (ADOPTION 1.6%, 21.3% LESS), but with names such as Gloria becoming less stylish. Aria (#23) and Azaria (#984) are two of the more trendy girl names among these, while Dharia (TOP 45%) and Boria (22%) are familiar -ria last names.

-ria names

Adoria - Audria | Auria - Deloria | Demetria - Honoria | Iberia - Moria | Oliveria - Valoria | Vesteria - Zaria

Adoria - Audria

Form of Adora. From Greek, Old German, Latin. "A gift; beloved; adored." Aloria is a moderately common birth name. See also Adira.

Adrienne and variants

Hadria, Adria
Forms of Adrienne. Stems fr. Latin word. "From Hadria." Popular. Compare Adria, Hadria and common -ria surnames Austria (UPPER 11%), Arria (70%).

Allegria, Alegria1, Alagria
Var. of Alegra. Derived fr. Latin. "Cheerful." Alagria, Alegria and Allegria are hardly found as women's names, and Alegria appears regularly (UPPER 5%) as a surname.

Var. of Allegra. From Italian. "Gay and jaunty." Not in popularity charts. See also Allegria.

Alexandra and variants

Alixandria, Alexandria1, Alexanderia
Forms of Alexandra. Based on Greek word. "Man's defender." Alexanderia and variants were favored as birth names 2 decades ago and are now less common.

Root fr. Greek. .. Also a place name in Louisiana .. Usage of Alexandria as a baby name in 2016 was 3.6% less than the previous year. See also Alexandrine.

Elmeria1, Elmeeria1, Ellmeria1, Almeria1, Almeeria, Allmeria
Var. of Almera. Origin fr. Arabic element. "Princess." Uncommon. Allmeria, Almeeria, etc. are not found in the US Demographics.

Elmeria2, Elmeeria2, Ellmeria2, Almeria2
Var. of Elmira. Origin fr. Arabic. "Princess." Almeria, Elmeria, etc. are uncommon as baby names.


Form of Ana. Source fr. Hebrew language. "Favored grace." Adoption of Anamaria was common among parents in 2001.

Andrea and variants

Onndria, Ondria, Ohndria, Andria
Forms of Andrea. Origin fr. Greek element. "Manly, virile." Less popular today. Andria was the form last appearing (2001) in the Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ria names: Adria, Alexandria, Anamaria, Andria, Annamaria, Aria

Annamaria and variants

Annamaria, var. Annmaria
.. The popularity of this blend may .. Annmaria is rarefied as a children's name among the variations of Annamaria.

Form of Africa. Source fr. Celtic. "Pleasant." Unusual. Aphria is not found in the US Demographics.


Var. of Arya. Origin fr. Sanskrit, Persian. "Noble." Prominent, with usage of 0.545% for Aria as a girls' name in 2016, higher than 0.533% the previous year. See also Arza.

Arria, Aria2
Var. of Ara. Source fr. Persian element. "Brings rain." Popular as birth names, Aria and Arria are comparable to the conventional Ariah.

Derivative of Hebrew word. "Lioness." Aria is a scantly used feminine name, appearing frequently (UPPER 40%) as a last name. See also Arria.

Form of Ariadne. Derived fr. Greek language. "Most holy." Aria became more popular in 2016, gaining +6 positions as a girls' name to reach #23. See also Arica.

Var. of Asta. Based on Greek, Old Norse. "Star-like; love." Sparing use. Asteria is not listed in the US Census. See also Astria.

Origin fr. Greek word. .. Asteria was a woman whom Zeus .. Asteria is rare as a baby name. See also Astria.

Astria, Asteria3
Forms of Astra. Source fr. Latin word. "Star." Asteria and Astria are uncommon as baby names.

Var. of Audrey. Source fr. Old English. "Noble strength." Audria was not among 2016's Top names. See also Adra.

Quick Reference

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

1. Adoria - Audria
Adora [Adoria], Adrienne [Hadria, ..], Alegra [Allegria, ..], Allegra [Alegria], Alexandra [Alixandria, ..], Alexandria, Almera [Elmeria, ..], Elmira [Elmeria, ..], Ana [Anamaria], Andrea [Onndria, ..], Annamaria [Annmaria], Africa [Aphria], Arya [Aria], Ara [Arria, ..], Aria, Ariadne [Aria], Asta [Asteria], Asteria, Astra [Astria, ..], Audrey [Audria]

Aura [Oria, ..], Azaria, Barbara [Berberia], Berengaria, Beruria, Brianna [Bria], Catherine [Caitria], Calandra [Calandria], Cambria [Cambaria], Candelaria [Candeloria], Cassandra [Kasandria, ..], Ciara [Cieria, ..], Cerise [Cerria, ..], Cira [Ceria], Chandra [Chandria], Chevonne [Chavondria], Daria, Dara [Daria], Deandra [Deandria], Dolores [Deloria]

Demetria [Dimitria, ..], Dimitra [Dimitria, ..], Desiree [Desideria], Deitra [Detria], Dora [Doria], Doria [Dorria], Doris [Doria], Egeria [Igeria, ..], Eldora [Eldoria], Eleuthera [Eleutheria, ..], Esmeralda [Esmaria], Flordeperia, Flora [Floria], Florence [Floria], Gloria [Glorria], Gregoria, Hadria, Hesper [Hesperia], Hilary [Ilaria, ..], Honor [Honoria]

Iberia [Ibeeria], Ilaria, Imperia, Kambria, Katherine [Katria], Keandra [Kiandria, ..], Kendra [Kyndria, ..], Kerry [Kerria], Kira [Kiria], Kyra [Kyria], Cora [Lacoria], La- [Latoria], Latoya [Latoria], Leandra [Leandria], Lori [Loria], Lyris [Lyria], Macaria [Makarria, ..], Mary [Mayria, ..], Maria [Mayria], Maureen [Moria]

Olivia [Oliveria], Onora [Onoria], Oriana [Oria], Petra [Petria], Rhea [Ria], Ria, Rosemary [Rosemaria], Samaria, Sandra [Wysandria, ..], Sarah [Zaria, ..], Cherie [Sheria], Siria [Syria, ..], Socorro [Socaria], Tiberia [Tyberia], Tierra [Tierria], Tori [Toria], Tyra [Tyria], Valerie [Valeria, ..], Valkyrie [Valkyrria, ..], Valora [Valouria, ..]

Vesta [Vesteria], Victoria [Vittoria, ..], Walkiria, Wisteria [Wistaria], Wysandra [Wysandria], Xandra [Xandria], Zara [Zarria, ..], Zarya [Zaria]

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