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Girl Names Ending with -via

Via ending baby names and what they mean, with 26 results. -via names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity 11 years ago (adoption of 1.25%) and are almost as common today (adoption 1.14%, down 9%), but with names like Sylvia becoming less in vogue. Alivia (#214), Alyvia (#1029), Livia (#723) and Olivia (#2) are four of the more fashionable girl names among these, while Govia (top 56%) and Favia (27%) are common -via last names.

-via names

Avia - Segovia | Silvia - Xavia

Avia - Segovia

Form of Abiah. Origin fr. Hebrew. "God is my father." Avina is also a moderately popular girl's name.

Form of Aviana. Blend of Ava and Ana. Popular. Compare Avia and common last names Aldia (upper 93%), Avenia (76%), with the -ia suffix. Also a boys' name.

Form of Belle. Stems fr. French element. "Beautiful." Slightly unfamiliar as a baby name. See also Bellva.

Form of Davina. Origin fr. Scottish, Hebrew languages. "Beloved." Davia is not in the Top 2000. See also Dacia.

Root fr. Latin. "Blond." Elvia is commonly occurring (upper 20%) as a female name.

Var. of Elva. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "White." Somewhat atypical as a baby name these days, but Elvia is still recorded frequently as a first name for women. See also Ellia.

Form of Eva. Based on Hebrew word. "Life, animal." Slightly novel as a birth name nowadays, but Evia is still recorded often as a female first name.

Derivative of Latin. "Yellow hair." Flavia is a common (upper 56%) given name. See also Fulvia.

Derived fr. Latin word. "Dusky, tawny." Rare. Fulvia is not listed in the US Demographics.

Var. of Geneva. Source fr. Old French language. "Juniper tree." Genevia is prevalent as a girls' name among the variant forms of Geneva. See also Genevie.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -via names: Alivia, Alyvia, Avia, Belvia, Elvia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -via names: Evia, Flavia, Genevia, Latavia, Livia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -via names: Octavia, Olevia, Olivia, Tavia

Var. of Kevina. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Handsome beloved." Kevin (upper 34%), Kevil (65%) are popular surnames. See also Kecia.

Var. of La-. Based on American. Combination of the La prefix with .. Latavia was popular with parents in 2000.

Livia and variantsLivia1, var. Lyvia
Based on Latin. "Olive." Livia and Lyvia became less popular last year, falling on average -29 rankings as girls' names with Livia falling the most.

Var. of Na-. From American word. Combination of the Na prefix with .. Rare as a children's name, but Natavia is similar to the more conventional Natalia.

Form of Nova. Derivative of Latin language. "New." Neivia and Nevia are creative forms. See also Nava.

Octavia and variantsOctavia, var. Ottavia, Tavia
Root fr. Latin. "Eighth." Octavia is a commonly occurring (upper 23%) feminine name, whereas Ottavia and Tavia are uncommonly used.

Olivia and variantsOlivia, var. Alivia, Alyvia, Livia2, Olevia
Based on Latin. "Olive tree." Olivia, Alivia, Alyvia and Livia have increased in popularity as baby names since 1880-1889.

Var. of Paula. Derived fr. Latin word. "Small." Pavia is scantly used as a women's name, registering regularly (top 10%) as a surname. See also Xavia.

Salvia, var. Sallvia
Derivative of Latin element. "Whole, healthy." Salvia and Sallvia are uncommon as birth names.

Place name .. A quaint girls' name, Segovia is used more often as a surname.

Quick Reference

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

1. Avia - Segovia
Abiah [Avia], Aviana [Avia], Belle [Belvia], Davina [Davia], Elvia, Elva [Elvia], Eva [Evia], Flavia, Fulvia, Geneva [Genevia], Kevina [Kevia], La- [Latavia], Livia [Lyvia], Na- [Natavia], Nova [Novia], Octavia [Tavia, Ottavia], Olivia [Livia, Alivia, Alyvia, Olevia], Paula [Pavia], Salvia [Sallvia], Segovia

Silvia [Sylvia], Sylvia [Silvia, Zilvia, Zylvia], Tavia, Treva [Trevia], Vivian [Vivia], Xaviera [Xavia]

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