What does Asteria mean?
Asteria [as-te-r-ia] as a girls' name is of Greek origin. Greek mythology: Asteria was a woman whom Zeus took a fancy to. She was changed into a quail to escape him.
(female) Asterda, Asterla, ..
(male) Asadar, Astear, .. Middle name pairings:
Asteria Leona (A.L.), ..
How popular is Asteria?
Asteria is an unusual given name for females and also an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Asteria has not been listed in the Top 2000 so far. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Asteria is pronounced similarly to Astera, Estera, Wistaria and Wisteria. Other suggested similar names are Adria, Aegeria, Aemelia, Aerica, Aerin, Aeverie, Affera, Alagria, Alberta▼, Alecia▼, Aleecia, Alegria, Aletia, Allecia, Allegria, Allerie, Almeeria (see Almera), Almeria, Almerin (see Almarine), Amecia, Amelia▲, Amera, Angelia▼, Antheia, Anthemia, Antonia▼, Aphria, Arcelia, Ardelia, Ardenia, Arria, Artemis, Arthelia, Asela, Asheera, Ashia, Ashra, Asia▼, Aspasia, Asterina, Astraea, Astraeia, Astrea, Astri, Astria, Astrid▲, Astride, Astrud, Astryr, Atalia, Ateefa, Atera, Ateret, Auberta, Audelia, Aurelia▲, Averi▲, Averie▲, Averil, Azaria▲, Cieria, Egeria, Elesteria, Esmaria, Ibeeria, Igeria, Latoria, Ostia, Petria, Valeria and Vesteria. These names tend to be more frequently used than Asteria.See names in meaning and etymology.