What does Francia mean?
Francia has 30 more different relations via Frances: Fancey, Fancie, Fancy, Fania, Fannie▼, Fanya, Fran, France, Francene, Francesca▲, Francess, Francetta, Franci, Francine▼, Francisca▼, Franciska, Francoise, Francyne, Frania, Franie, Frank▼, Franka, Franki, Frankie▼, Franky, Franni, Frannie, Franny, Franziska and Fronia.Creative forms:
(female) Ferncia, Frannia, ..
(male) Frandi, Franris, .. Middle name pairings:
Francia Anyla (F.A.), ..
How popular is Francia?
Francia is an unusual given name for females but a very prominent surname for all people (#24784 out of 150436, Top 16%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Fannie, Fran, France, Francene, Frances (#514 from recent data), Francesca (#428), Francie, Francine, Francisca, Frank, Frankie (#992) and Fronia are the prominent variation forms of Francia (outside Top 2000). These relations of Francia were favored by parents during the years 1920-1929 (adoption of 1.9%) and have become much less common since (adoption 0.1%, down 96%). Frances is a perennial favorite, though Francesca has become trendy as well over time, while forms like Frank have become less contemporary. Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of the girl name Francia and associated names. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Acacia, Adoncia, Agacia, Arancha, Arsania, Avania, Avannia, Azania, Branca, Braulia, Bronia, Cacia, Candia, Crecia, Dacia, Dania, Dannia, Darcia, Doncia, Evania, Fabia, Fadia, Falicia, Fannia, Faunia, Fawnia, Felicia▼, Fenia, Filania, Flana, Flanna, Flavia, Florencia, Florincia, Franca, Franceen, Francena, Franceska, Franchesa, Francille, Francina, Frani, Fraya, Fredia, Gracia, Grainnia, Grania, Grazia, Hania, Hannia, Horacia, Idania, Ilania, Ivania, Janecia, Jania, Janicia, Marcia▼, Nania, Oracia, Orangia (see Orange), Orania, Orasia, Ourania, Precia, Salcia, Sanchia, Sancia, Stacia, Tacia, Tansia, Tricia▼, Urainia, Urania and Vania. These names tend to be more frequently used than Francia.