Amy - Carmel
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[Amia▲, .. 20 more] Var. of Amy 1 Origin fr. Old French, Latin elements. "Beloved." The form Amia is more familiar as a birth name among the different variations of the name. See also Avia. ..
[Arsemia, .. 2 more] Var. of Arsenia 3 Origin fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Masculine." The version Arsemia is scarcely used as a women's name. ..
[Camia, .. 37 more] Var. of Camilla 4 Based on Latin. "Helper to the priest." Unique as a name for girls. See also Samia. ..
[Carmia, .. 44 more] Var. of Carmel 5 From Hebrew. "Garden, orchard." The variant form Carmia is a scarcely used female name. See also Carena. ..
Summary of all names grouped by variations for -mia names for girls.
[Amy - Carmel]
Amy [Amia], Anthemia [Anthymia, Antheemia], Arsenia [Arsemia], Camilla [Camia], Carmel [Carmia]
[Carmen - Hermione]
Carmen [Carmia, Karmia], Damia, Demi [Demia], Dumia, Effie [Efthemia, Euphemia], Erma [Hermia], Euphemia [Efimia, Eufemia, Efthymia], Hermia, Herminia [Hermia], Hermione [Hermia]
[Jamie - Yesenia]
Jamie [Jamia], Jeremia, Mia, Naomi [Naomia], Phemia [Femia], Samya [Samia], Therma [Thermia], Wyome [Wyomia], Yesenia [Yesemia]