What does Dacia mean?
Dacia \d(a)-cia\ as a girls' name is pronounced DAY-sha. It is of Latin origin. Place name: Dacia was a Roman province which was where Romania is now. May be used in reference to Dasius or Datius, saint's names from the fourth and sixth centuries. Also used as a variant of Candace. See also Deja.
Dacia has 1 variant: Daysha.
For more on this name, see also the related girl name Dacey.
Dacia has 39 more alternative forms via Candace, Deja: Caddy, Canda, Candaice, Candance, Candas, Candase, Candayce, Candee, Candelle, Candi▼, Candice▼, Candie, Candis, Candiss, Candra, Candy▼, Candyce, Dace, Dacee, Dacey, Dacie, Dacy, Daija, Daijah, Dajah, Deianeira, Deija, Deijah, Dejah▼, Dejanae, Dejanee, Dejanique, Dejanira, Deyanira, Kandace▼, Kandice▼, Kandiss, Kandy and Kanticia.
Dacia is a somewhat popular first name for females (#3138 out of 4276, Top 73%) but a unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Popular varying forms of Dacia (#unlisted) are Candace, Candi, Candice, Candis, Candy, Daija, Daijah, Deja, Dejah, Deyanira, Kandace, Kandice and Kandy. These girl names reached the top of their popularity during 1980-1989 (usage of 0.2233%) and have become much less widespread since, with versions such as Candy, Deja, Dejah, Kandace and Kandice becoming somewhat outmoded. Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of Dacia and corresponding names. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)
Dacia is pronounced similarly to Dasha, Datia, Decia and Docia▼. Other suggested similar baby names are Cacia, Dalia▼, Damia, Dania▼, Darcia, Daria▼, Dasie, Dasya, Davia, Decca, Decka, Docie, Dosia, Kacia and Tacia. These names tend to be less commonly used than Dacia.