What does Genia mean?
Genia /ge-nia/ as a girls' name. Genia's roots are Greek and Latin, and the meaning of Genia is "noble aristocrat; sacrifice; maiden". Genia is a variant form of Eugenia (Greek): feminine of Greek Eugenios. Genia is also a derivative of Iphigenia (Greek). Greek mythology: daughter of Agamemnon. Genia is also used as a variation of Virginia (Latin).
(female) Gania, Geia, ..
(male) Geli, Genon, ..
How popular is Genia?
Genia is a somewhat popular first name for women (#2798 out of 4276, Top 65%) but a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name statistics of Genia for girls. Genia reached its top rank of #1702 in the U.S. during the years 1960-1969, but is not listed at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Eugenia, Geena, Gena, Gene, Genie, Gigi, Gina (#1462 via latest list), Ginny, Janie (#1393), Jenna (#266), Jennie and Virginia (#581) are the prominent alternative forms of Genia. Other variants, like Jinia, are seldom used. These forms of Genia were at the top of their popularity 94 years ago (median #1245) and are now significantly less common (#1669, ▼95.6%).
Genia is pronounced similarly to Genae, Genaya, Genna, Genni, Gennie, Genny, Geonna, Giana▲, Gianna, Ginna, Gionna, Jaena, Janea, Jania, Janna▼, Jeana, Jeanie▼, Jena▼, Jenai, Jenay, Jennay, Jenni, Jina, Jona and Jonie. Other recommended names are Belia, Dania, Delia▼, Demia, Denia, Edenia, Fania, Fenia, Gaenna, Galia, Gana, Geela, Geina, Gelya, Gemma▲, Geneva▼, Genevia, Genisa, Genisia, Genivra, Gerda, Gerica, Gioia, Glenda▼, Glenis, Guenna, Gunna, Gwenita, Gwenna, Hania, Henia, Kecia, Kenia▲, Kezia, Lecia, Lelia▼, Lesia, Lexia, Melia, Nania, Nelia, Selia, Tania▼, Tesia, Veenia, Venia, Xeenia, Xenia, Zenia and Zonia. These names tend to be less commonly used than Genia.