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Girl Names Ending with -tia

Tia ending baby names and what they mean, with 67 results. -tia names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names was at its most widespread 4 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 0.1%) and is now significantly diminished, with names such as Lucretia becoming less fashionable. Matia (TOP 47%) and Mutia (87%) are familiar -tia last names.

-tia names

Aletia - Crescentia | Dalmatia - Larentia | Latitia - Tatia | Tertia - Vitia

Aletia - Crescentia

Var. of Alethea. Derivative of Greek language. "Verity, truth." Aleia is a marginally prominent baby name. See also Alesia.

Var. of Alice. Derived fr. Old German word. "Noble, exalted." Rare, but Alitia is comparable to popular surnames Attia (TOP 19%), Antia (84%), which also end with -tia. See also Althia.

Var. of Anastasia. Origin fr. Greek word. "Resurrection." Rare. Anastatia (compare Anatolia) ends with the androgynous -ia.

Var. of Anita. Derived fr. Spanish element. Originally a Spanish pet form of .. Not Top 2000 name. See also Amita.

Form of Anthea. Derivative of Greek word. "Flowery." Antin (TOP 44%), Antil (51%) are familiar last names. See also Andi.

Form of Argenta. Derivative of Latin word. "Silver." Not widespread. Argentia is not found in the US Demographics. See also Arsenia.

Form of Arthuretta. Derivative of Celtic element. Feminine of Arthur. Rare as a birth name, but Artia is comparable to the more common Aria. See also Aretha.

Var. of Augusta. From Latin word. "Great, magnificent." Augustia is not often used as a birth name.

Form of Sebastiane. Root fr. Greek word. "Revered." Bastia is not in the Top 2000. See also Basia.

Form of Bethia. Origin fr. Hebrew language. "Daughter of Jehovah." Outside Top 2000. See also Beata.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -tia names: Celestia, Katia

.. The name of a legendary goddess .. Brigantia is an intermittently used given name.

Form of Carmel. Based on Hebrew. "Garden, orchard." Outside Top 2000.

Catherine and variants

Katia, Catia
Var. of Catherine. Stems fr. Greek language. "Pure." Katia is recognizable (UPPER 68%) as a female name, while Catia is scantly used.

Celeste and variants

Silestia, Selestia, Salestia, Celestia
Forms of Celeste. Stems fr. Latin. "Heavenly." Selestia and variants were favored by parents 138 years ago.

Krystia, Christia
Forms of Christina. Based on Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Not in Top 2000.

Cytia, Cyntia, Cintia
Var. of Cynthia. Origin fr. Greek. "From Mount Kynthos." Cintia, Cyntia and Cytia are not frequently adopted as baby names.

Var. of Clematis. Root fr. Greek word. "Climbing plant." Unique. Clematia (cf. Carmania, Chamania) ends with -ia.

Form of Clementine. Origin fr. Latin. "Merciful." Unusual, with the androgynous -ia ending for Clementia, like Cressentia. See also Clemencia.

Var. of Constance. Stems fr. Latin word. "Constant, steadfast." Not in Top 2000. See also Konstantia.

Cressentia, Crescentia
Forms of Crescent. Origin fr. Old French, Latin languages. "Increasing, growing." Outside Top 2000.

Quick Reference

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

1. Aletia - Crescentia
Alethea [Aletia], Alice [Alitia], Anastasia [Anastatia], Anita [Anitia], Anthea [Antia], Argenta [Argentia], Arthuretta [Artia], Augusta [Augustia], Sebastiane [Bastia], Bethia [Betia], Brigantia, Carmel [Carmelitia], Catherine [Katia, Catia], Celeste [Silestia, Selestia, Salestia, Celestia], Christina [Krystia, Christia], Cynthia [Cytia, Cyntia, Cintia], Clematis [Clematia], Clementine [Clementia], Constance [Constantia], Crescent [Cressentia, Crescentia]

Dalmace [Dalmatia], Datya [Datia], Dionysia [Dinitia], Dominique [Domitia], Esperanza [Esperantia], Flora [Florentia], Florence [Florentia], Hyacinth [Hyacintia, Giacintia], Grace [Gratia], Hester [Hestia], Hestia, Horatia, Hypatia, Ignacia [Ignatia], Inocencia [Inocentia], Jo [Jonetia], Katie [Katia], Konstanze [Konstantia], Lakeisha [Lakitia, Laketia], Lauren [Larentia]

Latisha [Letitia, Latitia], Laura [Laurentia], Laurence [Laurentia], Letitia [Latia, Lettitia, Laetitia], Lucretia [Tia, Lecretia, Lacretia, Loucretia], Melisha [Melitia, Malitia], Marcia [Martia], Marsha [Martia], Mattea [Mattia], Modesty [Modestia], Myrtle [Myrtia], Nessie [Netia], Anne [Nettia], Nicosia [Nicotia], Oracia [Oratia], Ostia, Portia, Scotia, Tanisha [Tanitia], Tatiana [Tatia]

Tertia, Tia, Valencia [Valentia], Valentina [Valentia], Venetia [Vonitia, Vinetia, Venitia, Vanetia], Vincentia [Vicentia], Vida [Vitia]

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