Amiya - Yesenia
Page 1/1 of 26 -mia grouped names.
[Amia▲, .. 1 more] Var. of Amiya 1 Possibly derived from the Sanskrit word .. The variation Amia is more popular as a birth name for girls among the different versions of the name. See also Auina.
[Amia▲, .. 21 more] Var. of Amy 2 Stems fr. Old French, Latin words. "Beloved." The form Amia is more generally used as a given name for girls among the various forms of the name. See also Aria. ..
[Arsemia, .. 2 more] Var. of Arsenia 4 Stems fr. Spanish, Greek. "Masculine." The variation Arsemia is unusual as a feminine name. ..
[Camia, .. 37 more] Var. of Camilla 5 Derived fr. Latin element. "Helper to the priest." Scarce as a name for newborns. See also Casia. ..
[Carmia, .. 44 more] Var. of Carmel 6 Root fr. Hebrew element. "Garden, orchard." The variant form Carmia is sparsely used as a given name. See also Carin. ..
Damia 8 Stems fr. Greek word. Possibly means "to tame" .. The version Damia is atypical as a given name. See also Datia.
[Demia, .. 3 more] Var. of Demi 9 Derivative of French, English words. "Half." The variant form Demia is a rarely occurring female name. See also Deana. ..
Dumia 10 Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Silent." Seldom used as a given name. See also Duna.
[Hermia, .. 9 more] Var. of Erma 12 Root fr. Old German language. "Entire, universal." The form Hermia is unique as a given name. See also Herma. ..
Euphemia [Efimia, Efthymia, Eufemia, .. 19 more] 13 Derivative of Greek. "Good to speak." The forms Eufemia and Euphemia are more familiar as birth names for females among the different variant forms of the name. ..
Hermia 14 Root fr. Greek element. "Messenger." The variation Hermia is unconventional as a female name. See also Hermina. ..
[Hermia, .. 2 more] Var. of Herminia 15 Derivative of Spanish word. Variant of Hermia .. Scarcely used as a name for newborns. See also Herma.
[Hermia, .. 5 more] Var. of Hermione 16 Root fr. Greek element. "Messenger; earthly." The variation Hermia is an unconventional feminine name. ..
[Jamia, .. 20 more] Var. of Jamie 17 Derived fr. Hebrew element. "He who supplants." The version Jamia is scarce as a first name. See also Jinia. ..
Jeremia 18 Stems fr. Hebrew word. "The Lord is exalted." Scarcely used as a given name. ..
Mia▲ 19 Derived fr. Israeli, Latin, Scandinavian elements. In Israeli .. A very common choice for a name for baby girls (#6 the past year), Mia also exists frequently as a first name among the general female population according to the US Census. See also Mai.
[Mia▲, .. 35 more] Var. of Michelle 20 Root fr. French, Hebrew elements. "Who is like God?." The variation Mia is more common as a baby name among the various variant forms of the name. See also Mai. ..
[Naomia, .. 9 more] Var. of Naomi 21 Derived fr. Hebrew language. "Pleasant." Seldom used as a name for babies. See also Naama. ..
Phemia [Femia, .. 2 more] 22 Root fr. Greek element. "Language." The variant forms Femia and Phemia are uncommonly used feminine names, and Femia appears often (Top 43%) as a surname according to the US Census.
[Samia] Var. of Samya 23 Derived fr. Arabic element. "On high, exalted." A unique name for kids, Samia occurs more commonly as a surname. See also Saria.
[Thermia] Var. of Therma 24 Possibly a blend of Theresa and .. Rare as a given name.
[Wyomia, .. 1 more] Var. of Wyome 25 Derived fr. Native American Indian element. "Wide plain." Rarely used as a birth name for girls. ..
[Yesemia, .. 4 more] Var. of Yesenia 26 Stems fr. Spanish word. A form of Jesenia .. The variation Yesemia is an unconventional female name.
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for -mia names for girls.
[Amiya - Yesenia]
Amiya [Amia], Amy [Amia], Anthemia [Anthymia], Arsenia [Arsemia], Camilla [Camia], Carmel [Carmia], Carmen [Karmia], Damia, Demi [Demia], Dumia, Effie [Euphemia], Erma [Hermia], Euphemia [Eufemia, ..], Hermia, Herminia [Hermia], Hermione [Hermia], Jamie [Jamia], Jeremia, Mia, Michelle [Mia], Naomi [Naomia], Phemia [Femia], Samya [Samia], Therma [Thermia], Wyome [Wyomia], Yesenia [Yesemia]