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Girl Names Ending with -ania

Ania ending baby names and what they mean, with 47 results. -ania names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names reached its highest 22 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.2%) and is now significantly reduced (ADOPTION 0.1%, DOWN 68%), with names like Tania becoming somewhat outmoded. Melania (#1081) is the most fashionable girl name here, while Hanania (TOP 38%) and Szmania (65%) are common -ania surnames.

-ania names

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Ania - Fania


Var. of Aanya. Derivative of Sanskrit, Hindi languages. "Inexhaustibility; other, another person." Anila is also a somewhat popular baby name. See also Anisa.

Derived fr. Polish, Slavic languages. "He (God) has favored me." Common, and Ania is similar to popular -ia surnames Andria (TOP 85%), Arvia (87%). See also Anda.

Form of Anne. Origin fr. Hebrew language. "He (God) has favored me." Adoption of Ania was expansive in 2006. See also Avia.

Hania1, Ania4
Forms of Anna. Origin fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Uncommon. Ania and Hania are not found in the US Demographics.

Form of Anya. Based on Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Adoption of Ania soared 12 years ago. See also Afia.

Var. of Arsenia. Source fr. Spanish, Greek words. "Masculine." Not widespread. Arsania is not found in the US Demographics.

Var. of Ayanna. Stems fr. Kiswahili word. "Beautiful flower." Avaani and Avane are creative forms. See also Aviana.

From Hebrew word. "Heard by God." Azania was not a Top birth name in 2018. See also Azalia.

Brittania1, var. Britania
Origin fr. Latin word. "From Brittany or Great Britain." Not Top 2000 names.

Form of Brittany. Derived fr. Latin element. "From Brittany or Britain." Unique, with the -ia suffix for Brittania, like Brigantia, Britannia. See also Britania.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ania names: Ania, Dania, Estefania

Form of Carmel. Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Garden, orchard." Carmania is unusual as a children's name. See also Carmyna.

Chamania, var. Hamania
Source fr. Hebrew word. "Sunflower." Unusual. Chamania, Hamania (compare Cambaria) use the androgynous-sounding -ia suffix.

Hania2, Chania
Forms of Chanya. From Hebrew element. "Grace of the Lord." Compare last names Hanika (UPPER 67%), Hanie (49%).


Var. of Dana. Root fr. Old English language. "From Denmark." Dania is prevalent as a children's name among the forms of Dana. See also Denia.

Var. of Danielle. Origin fr. Hebrew, French words. "God is my Judge." A familiar girls' name (#1338 IN CURRENT LIST), Dania is also recorded often as a first name for women. See also Dalia.

Form of Danna. Source fr. Old English language. .. Dannah is a biblical place name. Dania soared in popularity in 2007 and is less widespread today. See also Dwana.


Var. of Estefany. Based on Spanish, Greek languages. "Garland, crown." Estefania became more popular in 2018, gaining +214 positions as a birth name to reach #1546.

From Greek word. "Peaceful." Not Top 2000 name. See also Evonna.

Form of Fanny. Stems fr. Latin. "From France." Not in popularity charts. See also Fawnya.

Frania, Fania2
Forms of Frances. Derivative of Latin. "French." Fania and Frania are infrequently used as female names, and Fania occurs frequently (TOP 95%) as a last name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ania names for girls.

1. Ania - Fania
Aanya [Ania], Ania, Anne [Ania], Anna [Ania, Hania], Anya [Ania], Arsenia [Arsania], Ayanna [Avania], Azania, Brittania [Britania], Brittany [Brittania], Carmel [Carmania], Chamania [Hamania], Chanya [Hania, Chania], Dana [Dania], Danielle [Dania], Danna [Dania], Estefany [Estefania], Evania, Fanny [Fania], Frances [Fania, Frania]

Stephanie [Fania, Stefania, Stepania, Stephania], Philana [Filania], Grainne [Grania], Hania [Chania], Ida [Idania], Ilana [Ilania], Ivana [Ivania], Jane [Vania, Jania], Latanya [Latania], Levana [Levania], Melanie [Melania], Nan [Nania], Nathania [Natania, Netania, Nethania], Oceana [Oceania], Orane [Orania], Pania, Rani [Rania], Shana [Shania], Shania, Sylvia [Silvania]

Tanya [Tania], Tatiana [Tania, Tatiania], Theophania [Teophania, Theofania], Titania [Tania], Urania [Ourania], Vanessa [Vania], Vania

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