What does Licia mean?
Licia /li-cia/ as a girls' name is pronounced LEE-shah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Licia is "from Lycia". In ancient times, Lycia was a region of southwestern Asia Minor, and this place name is the source of Licia among Italian speakers. Nowadays, the English-speaking world considers the name as a short form of names like Alicia and Felicia.
How popular is Licia?
Licia is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Licia is also an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is a comparison of the statistics of Licia and corresponding names. Prominent variation forms of Licia (not ranked) are Alecia, Alica, Alicia (#341 in recent rankings), Alycia, Felicia and Lesia. These relations of Licia reached the peak of their popularity in the year 1990 (average #562) and are somewhat less widespread today (#890, 75% less), with forms such as Alecia becoming less stylish. Alicia is the most fashionable birth name here. (Top 1000 Names, 2014)
Thinking of names?
Licia is pronounced similarly to Licha, Lichah, Lisha, Lucia▲, Lucza and Lycia. Other suggested similar baby names are Cacia, Cilia, Decia, Docia▼, Ginia, Gioia, Jinia, Jioia, Jocia, Kacia, Keicia, Kicia, Laci▼, Lacie▼, Lacina, Lakia, Lalia, Laticia, Leia▲, Leticia▼, Lexia, Lia▲, Liana▲, Lida▼, Lidia▼, Lidie, Lidija, Liesa, Ligia, Lila▲, Lili, Lilia, Lilian▲, Lilias, Lilie, Lina▼, Linda▼, Linna, Liora, Liri, Lisa▼, Lissa, Lita, Liva, Livia▲, Livija, Livya, Liya, Liza▼, Loria, Luci, Lucida, Lucie▼, Lucila, Lucina, Lucita, Lygia, Lyria, Lyricia, Lyvia, Nicia, Nidia, Nikia, Richia, Silia, Siria, Tricia▼, Vitia and Vivia. These names tend to be more frequently used than Licia.