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What does Thia mean?

Thia Pronunciation of Thia [thia] as a girls' name has its roots in Greek and Spanish, and the name Thia means "flowery; goddess; aunt". Thia is a variant form of Anthea (Greek): Latin spelling of Greek Antheia. Thia is also a form of Thea (Greek): short transcription of names like Althea. Thia is also used as a variant of Tia (Spanish).

Associated with: greek, goddess.


Thia has 1 variant: Theia.

5 more alternative forms via Anthea, Thea, Tia: Anthia, Antia, Tea, Tiana and Tiara.

Creative forms:
(female) Thaia, Thoia, ..

(male) Then, Thin, ..

Middle name pairings:
Thia Devyn (T.D.), ..

How popular is Thia?

Thia is an unusual first name for females. Thia is also an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent alternative forms of Thia (not in Top 2000) are Tea, Thea (#464 the previous year), Tia (#1187), Tiana (#604) and Tiara (#1843). Other variants, like Theia, are seldom used. These relations of Thia were popular in the year 1995 (usage of 0.2%) and are now much less widespread (usage 0.1%, 61% less), with versions such as Tia becoming less in vogue. Tiana is more widely used than the rest, though Thea is currently the more favored form. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Tea, Thea, Tia, Tiana, Tiara in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Thea, Tia, Tiana outside U.S.

Similar Names

Thia is pronounced similarly to Theo. Other recommended names are Adia, Afia, Alia, Aria, Ashia, Asia, Avia, Azia, Elia, Gia, Joia, Kaia, Kia, Maia, Mia, Moia, Olia, Pia, Rhia, Tacia, Tahira, Tahlia, Tahna, Taija, Taima, Taina, Tais, Tait, Tajia, Talia, Tana, Tara, Tashia, Tasia, Tatia, Tava, Taya, Tehila, Teil, Teina, Tera, Tesa, Teza, Thaisa, Thalia, Thana, Theida, Theta, Thida, Thilda, Thirza, Thu, Thyra, Tina, Tisa, Tita, Toia, Tola, Tonia, Toria, Toshia, Tosia, Toya, Trea, Tris, Tsila, Tula, Twila, Tyla, Tyria, Tzila, Xia, Zia and Zoia. These names tend to be more frequently used than Thia.

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