What does Parthenia mean?
Parthenia [parthe-nia] as a girls' name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Parthenia is "maiden". The Parthenon of Athens, Greece, was named after one of the aspects of the divine patroness of the city, Athena Parthenos, or "Athena the Maiden". Athena was one of three virgin goddesses of ancient Greek mythology, the other two being Artemis, goddess of the moon, and Hestia, goddess of the hearth.
Parthenia has 1 masculine form: Parthenios.Kreatif forms:
(female) Panthenia, Pathenia, ..
(male) Partheley, Parthenial, ..
How popular is Parthenia?
Parthenia is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3616 out of 4276, Top 85%) but an uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Parthenia for girls. Parthenia reached its highest rank of #812 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not in the list currently. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Parthena is the only other prominent related form of Parthenia. Adoption of these forms of Parthenia reached its apex during 1880-1889 (average #1198).
Recommended names are Althelia, Antheia, Anthemia, Ardenia, Arsenia, Artheia, Arthelia, Carmelia, Cathia, Catrenia (see Catriona), Catrinia (see Catriona), Ethenia, Gardenia, Harmonia, Hartencia (see Hortensia), Hartinsia (see Hortensia), Hortencia, Hortensia, Hortenxia (see Hortensia), Ianthia, Janthia, Jasenia, Kathia, Larentia, Latania, Latonia▼, Latrecia, Lorenia, Mahelia, Marcenia (see Marcene), Marnia, Marteena, Marthena, Marthini, Martia, Mathia, Matthia, Nathalia▲, Nathania, Nethania, Ortensia, Orthia, Pamelia, Pania, Panthea, Pantheia, Pantheya (see Panthea), Panthia, Parmelia, Parmenia, Parmenya (see Parmenia), Parnella, Parthenope, Patience, Patient, Patienzia, Patricia▼, Patrina, Paxten, Permelia, Permenia (see Parmenia), Petronia, Petunia, Phelia, Phemia, Precia, Priminia (see Prima), Prudencia, Sarelia, Sirenia, Tahnia, Tatiania, Tryphenia, Yasenia and Yazenia. These names tend to be less commonly used than Parthenia.See names in meaning and etymology.