What does Ifigenia mean?
Ifigenia /ifi-ge-nia/ as a name for girls is of Greek derivation, and the name Ifigenia means "sacrifice". Ifigenia is an alternate form, with the prefix If-, of Iphigenia (Greek). Greek mythology: daughter of Agamemnon.
Associated with: greek
(female) Ifigeana, Ifigena, ..
(male) Ifigeian, Ifigeini, ..
How popular is Ifigenia?
Ifigenia is an uncommon first name for women. Ifigenia is an equally rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name history of Ifigenia for girls. Ifigenia has not been ranked in the Top 2000 so far. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Suggested similar names are Aegeria, Angelia▼, Argentia, Arsenia, Begonia, Britania, Catrenia (see Catriona), Celenia, Cieria, Divinia, Edenia, Efimia, Egeria, Eionia, Eligia, Elvenia, Ethenia, Eugenia▼, Evgenia, Fenia, Fidelia, Gardenia, Geenia, Genia, Ginia, Henia, Ibeeria, Idiana, Idina, Igeria, Ilania, Ilianna, Imogen, Imogenia (see Imogen), Iniga, Inocencia, Inocenta, Ionia, Irena, Irenka, Ismenia, Ivania, Jacenia, Jasenia, Jesenia, Jessenia, Jinia, Kenia▲, Kikelia, Ligia, Llesenia, Louvenia, Marcenia (see Marcene), Olinia, Parmenia, Permenia (see Parmenia), Priminia (see Prima), Robenia, Selenia, Sidonia, Sirenia, Tiberia, Tinecia, Titania, Veenia, Verginia, Vicentia, Vicenzia (see Vicenza), Vidonia, Viennia, Vinia, Virginia▼, Xenia, Zeenia and Zinnia. These names tend to be more commonly used than Ifigenia.