What does Amilia mean?
34 more different relations via Amelia, Emilia: Aemelia, Aimiliona, Amalea, Amalee, Amaleta, Amalia▲, Amalie, Amalija, Amalina, Amaline, Amalita, Amaliya, Amaly, Amalya, Amalyna, Amalyta, Amelie▲, Amelina, Ameline, Amelita, Ameliya, Amelya, Amelyna, Amelyta, Delia▼, Emelie, Emelina, Emelita, Emilia▲, Emiliana, Emilyah, Malia, Meelia and Melia.Creative forms:
(female) Amili, Amilma, ..
(male) Amilai, .. Middle name pairings:
Amilia Santana (A.S.), ..
How popular is Amilia?
Amilia is an unusual first name for females. Amilia is also an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Amilia entered the list in 2013 and reached its top rank of #1564 in the U.S. in the year 2015. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Amelia (#12 last year), Emilia (#145), Malia (#313), Amelie (#641), Amalia (#828), Delia (#1241), Emiliana (#1371), Melia (#1667), Emelie and Amalie are the popular related forms of Amilia (#1564 last year). Other forms, like Amaleta, are uncommon. These forms of Amilia were favored as baby names in 2015 (adoption of 1%), except for the version Delia which have become somewhat outmoded. Amelia, Emilia, Amalia and Amelie are four of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns in this compilation.
Amilia is pronounced similarly to Aemiley, Aemilia, Aemilie, Amahla, Amala, Emali, Emalia, Emalie, Emelea, Emeli, Emelia▲, Emila, Emilea, Emilee, Emiley, Emili, Emilie▼, Emilla, Emillea, Emillie, Emilly, Emily and Emmilie. Other recommended names are Abelia, Adalia, Adelia▼, Adila, Agilina, Aila, Ailis, Ailsa, Aimil, Airlia, Aisia, Akilina, Alia▲, Alidia, Alisia, Alivia▲, Amadia, Amaia, Amal, Amalida, Amecia, Amia▲, Amica, Amika, Aminta, Amira▲, Amisa, Amisha, Amitie, Amiya▲, Analia▼, Anela, Aniela, Anitia, Atalia, Attilia, Availia, Avila, Awilda, Azalia, Ceilia, Cilia, Emilija, Gilia, Jamilia, Kamilia, Lilia▲, Odilia, Ofilia, Philia, Silia and Udilia. These names tend to be more frequently used than Amilia.See names in meaning and etymology.