What does Lilia mean?
Lilia /lil-ia/ [3 sylls.] as a girls' name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Lilia is "lily". Lilia is an alternate spelling of Lelia (Latin): clan name. Lilia is also a variant of Lillian (Latin): Flower name. Lilia is also used as a form of Lily (Latin). See also Analilia.
Lilia has 21 more different forms via Lelia, Lillian, Lily: Lil, Lilas, Lilian▲, Liliana▲, Liliane, Lilianna▲, Lilias, Lilla▼, Lillia, Lilliana▲, Lilliane, Lilliann, Lillianna, Lillianne, Lillika, Lillita, Lillyan, Lillyanne, Lilyan, Lilyann and Lilyanne.Kreatif forms: Lialia, Lilau. [more]
How popular is Lilia?
Lilia is a very prominent first name for women (#793 out of 4276, Top 19%) but an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Lilia for girls. Lilia entered the list in 1920-1929 and reached its top position of #851 in the U.S. during the years 1970-1979, and is presently at #925. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of Lilia and affiliated names. Popular varying forms of Lilia (#925 last year) rated in the Top 1000 are Lillian (#25 last year), Lily (#27), Liliana (#119), Lilly (#124), Lila (#183), Lilliana (#273), Lilian (#506), Lillie (#512), Lilianna (#648), Lillianna (#862), Lilyan, Lilla and Lelia. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 2011 (usage of 0.5099%) and are almost as popular today (usage 0.4854%, down 4.8%), but with the versions Lillie, Lelia and Lilla becoming less trendy. The most fashionable names for newborns here are Lilliana (#273), Lilianna (#648), Lillian (#25), Liliana (#119) and Lilly (#124), with Lillian and Lilly enjoying a revival in usage. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Lilia is alike in pronunciation to Laila▲, Lailie, Lala, Lali, Lalia, Laliah, Lalla, Lallia, Lalya, Lealia, Leila▲, Lela▼, Lilah▲, Lilo, Loelia, Lola▲, Lolla, Lula▼ and Lyla▲. Other suggested similar baby names are Cilia, Filia, Gilia, Licia, Lidia▼, Ligia, Lisia, Livia▲ and Silia. These names tend to be less frequently used than Lilia.