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Girl Names Ending with -sia

Sia ending baby names and what they mean, with 102 results. -sia names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the top of their popularity in 1998 (ADOPTION OF 0.18%) and have remained as common to this day (ADOPTION 0.17%, DOWN 7.1%), but with names such as Alesia becoming less in vogue. Anastasia (#216) and Malaysia (#438) are two of the more contemporarily stylish baby names in this list

-sia names

Aisia - Artemisia | Asia - Clarissia | Dawnysia - Kassia | Kesia - Ortensia | Otamisia - Vichensia | Volusia - Zosia

Aisia - Artemisia

Aisha and variantsAsia1, Aisia
Var. of Aisha. Origin fr. Arabic element. "Alive and well." Aisa is also a moderately common birth name.

Form of Akosua. Derivative of Ghanaian word. "Born on Sunday." Unusual, but Akosia is comparable to common -ia last names Alia (TOP 28%), Arvia (87%).

Invented name similar to Malaysia. Alaysia became less trendy in 2015, dropping -63 rankings as a birth name to reach #1049. See also Alisia.

Alicia and variantsLesia, Alyssia1, Alysia1, Alisia, Alesia1
Forms of Alicia. From Old German. "Noble, exalted." Alesia (upper 37%), Alysia (43%), Lesia (54%) and Alisia (69%) are commonly occurring feminine names, whereas Alyssia is sparsely used.

Alesia and variantsAlesia2, var. Alessia1
Based on Greek language. "Help, aid." Alesia and variants peaked in popularity during 1960-1969 and are almost as common now, but with Alesia falling out of fashion.

Var. of Alexandra. From Greek. "Man's defender." Alessia became more trendy in 2015, gaining +47 rankings as a baby name to reach #1176. See also Alyssa.

Var. of Alfonsine. Based on Old German. "Ready for battle." Outside Top 2000.

Alice and variantsAlysia2, Allysia
Forms of Alice. Derivative of Old German. "Noble, exalted." Less common today. Alysia was the variant last recorded (2011) in the Top 2000.

Aloisia, var. Eloysia, Eloisia, Aloysia1
Derivative of Old German. "Famous warrior." Aloisia, Eloisia, etc. are not Top 2000 names.

Form of Heloise. From French, Old German words. "Famous warrior." Rather uncommon as a baby name. See also Eloysia.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -sia names: Alaysia, Alesia, Alessia, Alisia, Alysia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -sia names: Alyssia, Anastasia, Asia, Lesia, Nastassia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -sia names: Stasia, Tasia

Form of Eloise. Source fr. Old German word. "Famous warrior." Outside Top 2000. See also Alisia.

Var. of Louise. Root fr. Old German element. "Famous warrior." Scarce as a baby name, but Aloysia is similar to the more popular Alycia. See also Alysha.

Alysia and variantsAlysia3, var. Alyssia2
Derived fr. Greek element. "Entrancing." Less widespread today. Alysia and Alyssia were variants last found (2011) in the Top 2000.

Var. of Alyssa. From Greek. "Rational." Alyssia is generally used as a girls' name compared to other variations. See also Alisia.

Form of Ambrosine. Origin fr. Greek language. "Immortal." Ambrosia is infrequently used as a women's name, occurring often (upper 28%) as a surname.

Form of Annalisa. Source fr. Latin element. "Graced with God's bounty." Analisia is rarely adopted as a girls' name.

Anastasia and variantsAnastasia, var. Tasia, Stasia, Nastassia, Nastasia, Asia2, Annastasia, Anasztasia, Anestassia, Anastassia
Root fr. Greek language. "Resurrection." Usage of Anastasia and variants as children's names in 2015 was down 5% compared to a decade ago.

Form of Annis. Based on Greek element. "Satisfaction." Ansia and Anynia are creative forms. See also Alysia.

Artemisia1, Artemesia1
Forms of Artemis. Stems fr. Greek language. Mythology .. Artemesia and Artemisia were not Top birth names in 2015.

Artemisia2, var. Artemesia2
Derivative of Greek, Spanish elements. "Perfect." Artemisia and Artemesia are not Top 2000 names.

Quick Reference

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

1. Aisia - Artemisia
Aisha [Asia, ..], Akosua [Akosia], Alaysia, Alicia [Lesia, ..], Alesia [Alessia], Alexandra [Alessia], Alfonsine [Alfonsia], Alice [Alysia, ..], Aloisia [Eloysia, ..], Heloise [Aloysia], Eloise [Aloysia], Louise [Aloysia], Alysia [Alyssia], Alyssa [Alyssia], Ambrosine [Ambrosia], Annalisa [Analisia], Anastasia [Tasia, ..], Annis [Anysia], Artemis [Artemisia, ..], Artemisia [Artemesia]

Asia, Aspasia, Athanasia [Athenasia, ..], Barbara [Basia], Basha [Basia], Blaise [Blasia], Blasia [Blaysia, ..], Brisa [Brisia], Charis [Carisia], Carla [Carlissia, ..], Acacia [Casia], Cassia, Celeste [Celesia], Celosia, Cecilia [Cesia], Cesia [Quesia, ..], Celena [Cesia], Chantal [Chantasia], Chelsea [Chelsia, ..], Clarissa [Clarissia]

Dawn [Dawnysia], Delicia [Delysia], Dionysia [Dionisia, ..], Dulce [Dulsia], Elissa [Elyssia, ..], Elysia [Ilysia, ..], Eudocia [Eudosia], Fuchsia, Gabrielle [Gabysia], Genesia, Genesis [Genisia], Hortense [Ortensia, ..], Hortensia, Hypatia [Hypasia], Janice [Janessia], Jessica [Jessia], Candice [Kantisia], Catherine [Kassia, ..], Katherine [Kassia, ..], Kassia

Kesia, Keisha [Kesia], Chrissie [Krysia, ..], Kristen [Krysia], Licia [Lisia, ..], Malaysia, Margaret [Margisia], Marsha [Marsia], Marcia [Marsia], Marisa [Marysia], Mary [Marysia], Nasya [Nasia], Nastasia [Nastassia], Natasha [Natasia], Nessie [Nessia], Nicosia, Odessa [Odyssia], Olesia, Oracia [Orasia], Ortensia

Otamisia [Ottamisia, ..], Persia, Rose [Rasia], Sancia [Santsia], Stacy [Stasia], Eustacia [Stasia], Taisiya [Tasia, ..], Tansy [Tansia], Tasia, Tasha [Tasia], Theresa [Terresia, ..], Teresa [Tesia, ..], Tertia [Tersia], Tessa [Tessia], Theodosia [Tossia, ..], Theodora [Theodosia], Tosha [Tosia], Tricia [Trisia], Vanessa [Vanessia, ..], Vicenza [Vichensia]

Volusia, Sophia [Zosia]

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