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What does Agafia mean?

Agafia Pronunciation of Agafia [agafia] as a name for girls has its root in Greek, and Agafia means "good, honorable; pure, holy". Agafia is an alternate form of Agatha (Greek). Agafia is also a variation of Agnes (Greek).

Associated with: greek, good, pure (virgin).


Agafia has 2 variants: Agafi and Agafiya.

25 more different relations via Agatha, Agnes: Agace, Agacia, Agafon, Agapet, Agapit, Agata, Agathe, Agathi, Agatta, Agetha, Aggi, Aggie, Aghna, Agi, Agie, Agna, Agneis, Agneta, Agnie, Agnola, Agota, Agotha, Agoti, Agueda and Anais.

Creative forms:
(female) Agania, Agaria, ..

(male) Agaama, Agava, ..

Middle name pairings:
Agafia Selah (A.S.), ..

How popular is Agafia?

Agafia is a rare given name for females. Agafia is an equally unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source forms and related girl names. Agatha, Aggie, Agnes (#1272 via latest list) and Anais (#1034) are the prominent alternative forms of Agafia (outside Top 2000). These forms of Agafia were popular during 1890-1899 (adoption of 0.49%) and have become significantly less conventional since (adoption 0.02%, down 96.4%). Anais has generally been popular among parents, while forms such as Agnes have become less popular. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Agatha, Aggie, Agnes, Anais in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Agnes outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Abia, Acacia, Acadia, Accalia, Adalia, Adaliz, Adana, Adria, Aegeria, Afia, Afiwa, Agape, Agapi, Agappe, Agave, Aglaia, Agrafina, Akasha, Akosia, Alaia, Alawna, Alaya, Alexia, Alfa, Alycia, Amadia, Amaia, Amalia, Amalie, Amalita, Amalya, Amarra, Amata, Amaya, Amia, Anafa, Analia, Anaya, Angelia, Ania, Anitia, Artia, Ashia, Astria, Atalia, Atara, Avani, Avania, Avaril, Azaleia, Azalia, Azania, Azaria, Camia, Daria, Davia, Hadia, Igeria, Ignacia, Jania, Kadia, Kaia, Kasia, Kazia, Malia, Nasia, Oracia, Oralia, Rania, Safia, Shalia, Stasia, Tajia, Tavia and Vania. These names tend to be more commonly used than Agafia.

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