What does Artemisia mean?
Artemisia [artemisia] as a girls' name is of Greek and Spanish origin, and the meaning of Artemisia is "perfect". Also variant of Artemis and a version of Artemas, a man's name from the Bible. Also the name of a shrub common in America. Made famous also by Artemisia Gentileschi, a 17th-century Italian painter.
Artemisia has 1 variant: Artemesia.
Related girl name: Otamisia.Kreatif forms:
(female) Antemisia, Artemimia, ..
(male) Arteminio, Artemiri, ..
How popular is Artemisia?
Artemisia is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Artemisia is an equivalently unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its variant form and related girl names. The only prominent varying form of Artemisia (outside Top 2000) ranked in the Top 2000 is Artemis (#1921 a year ago). This relation of Artemisia was at the apex of its popularity in 2015. Below is a charted study of the history of Artemisia and related names. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Adelicia, Adelisa, Ademina, Aegidia, Aeisha, Aemelia, Aemilia, Aemilie, Aisia, Aleeysia, Aleisha, Alesia▼, Alessia, Alisia, Aloisia, Amilia, Amisa, Amisha, Amissa, Analisia, Anelisa, Annelisa, Anthemia, Antonisha, Araminta, Arcelia, Arcenia, Ardelia, Ardelis, Ardenia, Aretina, Argelia, Argentia, Ariellia, Arista, Arlissa, Armida, Armina, Arminda, Arminie, Arminta, Arnessa, Arnisha, Arsemia (see Arsenia), Arsenia, Artheia, Arthelia, Artia, Artina, Artis, Asemina, Asteria, Asterina, Atanasia, Athenasia, Attilia, Ayeisa (see Aisha), Ayeisha, Brisia, Erminia, Genisia, Hortensia, Irminia, Krisia, Ortensia, Ottamisia (see Otamisia), Priminia (see Prima) and Trisia. These names tend to be more commonly used than Artemisia.See names in meaning and etymology.