What does Apollonia mean?
Apollonia /apol-lo-nia/ as a girls' name is pronounced ah-poh-LONE-yah. It is of Greek origin. Latin feminine form of the Greek male name Apollonios, from Apollo. Mythology: Apollo was the Greek god of sunlight, music, and poetry. Saint Apollonia was an elderly third-century Christian martyr. In art she is often portrayed with a pair of tongs and an outsized molar.
Affiliated girl name: Abellona.
Apollonia has 1 masculine form: Apolonio.Kreatif forms:
(female) Apolina, Apolloina, ..
(male) Apolan, Apolloan, ..
How popular is Apollonia?
Apollonia is an uncommon given name for females. Apollonia is an equally unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is an analysis of the history of Apollonia and affiliated names. The only popular varying form of Apollonia (not ranked) rated in the Top 2000 is Apolonia. This form of Apollonia was favored as a birth name 104 years ago (#1935). (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Recommended names are Adallina, Adellyna, Adollfa, Adonia, Albinia, Alcinia (see Alcina), Aldona, Aldonna, Aldonza, Alfonsia, Allana, Allcinia (see Alcina), Alldona (see Alida), Alldonna, Allecia, Allena, Allia, Allicia, Allidia, Allina, Allona, Allonia, Alloura, Allyna, Allysia, Alona, Alonia, Alonna, Alonsa, Alonza, Alsinia, Alvinia, Alyona, Amellinda (see Amelinda), Amillia, Annesonia (see Ansonia), Annsonia (see Ansonia), Ansonia, Anthonia, Antonia▼, Apona, Aponi, Romonia, Sofronia, Vallonia and Valonia. These names tend to be more commonly used than Apollonia.