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Names That Mean Talia

164 names found for "Talia"   (page 1 of 4) 

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Looking for names that mean Talia? We couldn't find the exact name Talia, but listed below are some first names meaning Talia or names similar to the word Talia.

Similar Names

Tal | Talal | Talha | Talli | Tally | Talo | Tawil | Tila | Tola | Toli |

Related Names

Aberto  (Italian)
Italian Form of Albert Noble
Abramo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Abraham Father of Many
Albin  (English)
Variant of Albert: Old English for Brilliant; Bright; White. Alban and Albin are English Surnames Probably Based on Spanish/Italian Place Name Alba
Albrecht  (English)
Variant of Albert: Old English for Brilliant; Bright; White. Alban and Albin are English Surnames Probably Based on Spanish/Italian Place Name Alba
Alda  (German)
Feminine Form of Aldo: Originally an Old German Name Meaning Old. Popular in Italy and Among North American Families of Italian Descent. Aldo Was a Saint
Aldo  (German)
Originally an Old German Name Meaning Old. Popular in Italy and Among North American Families of Italian Descent. Aldo Was a Saint. Old or Wise
Alds  (German)
Variant of Aldo: Originally an Old German Name Meaning Old. Popular in Italy and Among North American Families of Italian Descent. Aldo Was a Saint. Old or Wise
Aldus  (German)
Variant of Aldo: Originally an Old German Name Meaning Old. Popular in Italy and Among North American Families of Italian Descent. Aldo Was a Saint. Old or Wise
Alessandro  (Italian)
Italian Form of Alexander Defender of Man
Alfredo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Alfred Counselor of the Elves
Aloisia  (French)
Feminine Form of Aloysius: a French Provincial Variant of Louis. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Aloysia  (French)
Feminine Form of Aloysius: a French Provincial Variant of Louis. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Aloysius  (French)
Variant of Louis: Famous Warrior, from the Old German 'Chlodovech'. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Ambrosi  (Italian)
Italian Form of Amhrose 'Immortal'
Andrea  (Italian)
Italian Form of Andrew 'Manly'
Angela  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Angel, Meaning Messenger or Angel. in , Italian Saint Angela Merici, Founded the Ursuline Order of Nuns at Brescia
Angelica  (Latin)
Angel; Like an Angel. from Angelicus Meaning Angelic. Famous Bearer: Italian Poet Ariosto's 'Orlando Furioso' Deals With the Love of Charlemagne's Paladin Orlando for Angelica
Angelina  (Italian)
An Italian Diminutive of the Greek Angela Meaning Angel or Messenger
Angelina  (Greek)
Variant of Angela: Feminine Form of Angel, Meaning Messenger or Angel. in , Italian Saint Angela Merici, Founded the Ursuline Order of Nuns at Brescia
Angeline  (Greek)
Variant of Angela: Feminine Form of Angel, Meaning Messenger or Angel. in , Italian Saint Angela Merici, Founded the Ursuline Order of Nuns at Brescia
Angeline  (Italian)
An Italian Diminutive of the Greek Angela Meaning Angel or Messenger
Angie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Angela: Feminine Form of Angel, Meaning Messenger or Angel. in , Italian Saint Angela Merici, Founded the Ursuline Order of Nuns at Brescia
Antonio  (Italian)
Italian Form of Anthony 'Beyond Praise'
Arnaldo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Arnold 'Eagle'
Atalia  (Hebrew)
God is Great
Attalia  (Biblical)
That Increases or Sends
Baldassare  (Italian)
Italian Form of Bathalsar
Baldassario  (Italian)
Italian Form of Bathalsar
Ben  (Latin)
Diminutive of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benedict  (Latin)
Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benedicta  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benet  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Beniamino  (Italian)
Italian Form of Benjamin Son of the Right Hand
Benito  (Spanish)
A Spanish Diminutive of the Latin Benedict Meaning Blessed. Italian Dictator Benito Mussolini Died In
Benito  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bennet  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bennett  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benny  (Latin)
Diminutive of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bertrando  (Italian)
Italian Form of Bertrand 'Brilliant Raven'
Bettina  (Spanish)
A Spanish or Italian Variant of the Hebrew Elizabeth; Meaning 'My God is Plentiful
Bettina  (Italian)
A Spanish or Italian Variant of the Hebrew Elizabeth; Meaning My God is Plentiful
Brandi  (Italian)
Italian Surname Form of Brand Meaning Fiery Beacon
Brando  (Italian)
Italian Form of Bertrand 'Brilliant Raven; Fiery Torch; Beacon.'
Calinda  (English)
Contemporary Blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra With Linda
Calynda  (English)
Contemporary Blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra With Linda
Cara  (Italian)
Dear, Beloved. from the Feminine Form of the Italian 'Cara' or the Latin 'Carus'
Carina  (Italian)
Variant of Cara: Dear, Beloved. from the Feminine Form of the Italian 'Cara' or the Latin 'Carus'
CarIo  (Italian)
The Italian Form of Charles; Meaning Strong or Manly, Occasionally Used in English-speaking Countries
Carita  (Italian)
Variant of Cara: Dear, Beloved. from the Feminine Form of the Italian 'Cara' or the Latin 'Carus'
Carlotta  (Italian)
An Italian Form of Charles, Meaning Strong
164 names found for "Talia"   (page 1 of 4) 

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