Names Ending with -mia for Girls
Amiya - MichellePage 1/2 of 26 -mia grouped names.
[Amia▲, .. 1 more] Var. of Amiya 1 Possibly derived from the Sanskrit word .. Ranked in Top 1000. See also Amya.
[Amia▲, .. 21 more] Form of Amy 2 Derivative of Old French, Latin elements. "Beloved." Amiaai, Amiaau and Auamia are kreatif variations. ..
[Arsemia, .. 2 more] Form of Arsenia 4 Derived fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Masculine." Not in popularity charts. ..
[Camia, .. 37 more] Var. of Camilla 5 Derived fr. Latin element. "Helper to the priest." Not in Top 1000. See also Canna. ..
[Carmia, .. 44 more] Var. of Carmel 6 From Hebrew. "Garden, orchard." Not in Top 1000. See also Carna. ..
Damia 8 Origin fr. Greek language. Possibly means "to tame", although the .. Unusual. Compare Damia and common last name Dama (upper 46%), with the Da- prefix. See also Danea.
[Demia, .. 3 more] Form of Demi 9 Root fr. French, English. "Half." Rather quirky as a birth name. See also Dama. ..
Dumia 10 Root fr. Hebrew element. "Silent." Outside Top 1000. See also Demi.
[Hermia, .. 9 more] Form of Erma 12 Based on Old German word. "Entire, universal." Not Top 1000 name. See also Hermila. ..
Euphemia [Efimia, Efthymia, Eufemia, .. 19 more] 13 Derived fr. Greek element. "Good to speak." Eufemia is a commonplace (top 80%) first name, whereas Euphemia, Efimia and Efthymia are intermittently used. ..
Hermia 14 Origin fr. Greek. "Messenger." Scarce as a girls' name, but Hermia is comparable to the more conventional Hermina. See also Herma. ..
[Hermia, .. 2 more] Form of Herminia 15 Source fr. Spanish word. .. A saint's name. Uncommon. Hermia, like Hephzia, has the androgynous-sounding -ia ending. See also Herma.
[Hermia, .. 5 more] Var. of Hermione 16 Derivative of Greek language. "Messenger." Unique, with the common -ia suffix for Hermia, like Helia. ..
[Jamia, .. 20 more] Var. of Jamie 17 Stems fr. Hebrew element. "He who supplants." Not Top 1000 name. See also Janna. ..
Jeremia 18 Derivative of Hebrew element. "The Lord is exalted." Rare, with the androgynous-sounding -ia ending for Jeremia, like Jacenia. Gender-neutral name. ..
Mia▲ 19 Derived fr. Israeli, Latin, Scandinavian languages. .. In Latin and Scandinavian, a short .. Somewhat common as a children's name, Mia is similar to the familiar Mica. See also Min.
[Mia▲, .. 35 more] Form of Michelle 20 Stems fr. French, Hebrew languages. "Who is like God?." Adoption of Mia is more pronounced presently. See also Zia. ..
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -mia names for girls.Amiya - Michelle
Amiya [Amia▲], Amy [Amia▲], Anthemia [Anthymia, Antheemia], Arsenia [Arsemia], Camilla [Camia], Carmel [Carmia], Carmen [Carmia, Karmia], Damia, Demi [Demia], Dumia, Effie [Efthemia, Euphemia], Erma [Hermia], Euphemia [Efimia, Eufemia, Efthymia], Hermia, Herminia [Hermia], Hermione [Hermia], Jamie [Jamia], Jeremia, Mia▲, Michelle [Mia▲]Naomi - Yesenia
Naomi [Naomia], Phemia [Femia], Samya [Samia], Therma [Thermia], Wyome [Wyomia], Yesenia [Yesemia]