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What does Efthemia mean?

Efthemia Pronunciation of Efthemia [efthemia] as a girls' name is of Greek derivation, and the meaning of the name Efthemia is "well-spoken". Efthemia is a version of Effie (Greek): pet version of Euphemia.

Associated with: greek.


3 related forms via Effie: Effemie, Euphemia and Euphemie.

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Middle name pairings:
Efthemia Marleigh (E.M.), ..

How popular is Efthemia?

Efthemia is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Efthemia is an equivalently uncommon surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Prominent alternative forms of Efthemia (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000 are Effie and Euphemia. Other forms, like Effemie, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Efthemia was well-received during 1880-1889 (adoption of 0.3%), but now, the version Effie has become less trendy. (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Effie, Euphemia in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Efthemia and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Efthemia is alike in pronunciation to Efthymia. Other recommended names are Althelia, Antheemia (see Anthemia), Antheia, Anthemia, Anthemya (see Anthemia), Anthia, Anthymia, Arsemia (see Arsenia), Artheia, Arthelia, Asteria, Bethia, Bithia, Cathia, Catrenia (see Catriona), Cythia, Demia, Edenia, Effemy, Efigenia, Efimia, Ejeria, Elefteria, Eleftheria, Eleutheria, Ellmeria, Elmeeria (see Almera), Elmeria, Eltha, Elthea, Elvenia, Emelia, Ertha, Erthel (see Eartha), Estela, Estelita, Estella, Estera, Esther, Estrella, Etelka (see Ethel), Etha, Ethel, Ethelda, Ethelin, Ethelind, Etheline, Ethelyn, Ethenia, Ethlin, Ethna, Eufemia, Eugenia, Euphenia, Evelia, Evfemiya, Evgenia, Femia, Ifigenia, Kathia, Latrecia, Lethia, Mahelia, Mathia, Nathalia, Nathania, Nethania, Ofelia, Ophelia, Orthia, Pathinia (see Parthenia), Phelia, Phemia and Thermia. These names tend to be more frequently used than Efthemia.

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