What does Pavia mean?
Associated with: small (little).
(female) Parvia, Patia, ..
(male) Pada, Palip, ..
How popular is Pavia?
Pavia is an uncommonly occurring given name for females but a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#15648 out of 150436, Top 10%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Prominent varying forms of Pavia (not ranked) appearing in the Top 2000 are Paola (#679 in 2014), Paula (#990), Paulina (#953) and Paulita. Usage of these relations of Pavia was well-received among parents in the 1950s (usage of 0.41%) and is now much lower (usage 0.04%, down 89.7%). Below is a charted analysis of the statistics of the girl name Pavia and associated names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Suggested similar names are Basia, Camia, Casia, Dalia, Damia, Dania, Daria, Datia, Davia, Elvia, Evia, Fabia, Fadia, Fania, Flavia, Gaia, Hadia, Halia, Hania, Jamia, Jania, Kacia, Kaia▲, Kalia, Kasia, Katia, Kazia, Kevia, Lakia, Lalia, Livia▲, Lyvia, Malia, Maria▼, Nadia, Naia, Nakia▼, Nasia, Novia, Padma, Pali, Palila, Palma, Pama, Pamina, Pania, Paniya, Panya, Paris, Parisa, Pasha, Paza, Pazia, Pazit, Pelia, Pia, Rania, Rasia, Razia, Sadia, Safia, Salvia, Samia, Saria, Tacia, Tajia, Talia▲, Tasia, Tatia, Tavia, Tazia, Vania, Vivia, Xavia and Zakia. These names tend to be more frequently used than Pavia.