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Meaning of the Name Alia

334 names found for "Alia"   (page 1 of 7) 

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The first name Alia is of Hebrew, Israeli, Muslim, German origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: Noble, Descender
Israeli: Immigrant to a New Home
Muslim: High. Exalted. Lofty. Sublimity
German: An Old German Name Meaning 'All'

Similar Names

Ail | Al | Ala | Alaa | Alai | Alao | Ali | All | Allie | Ally |

Related Names

Aberto  (Italian)
Italian Form of Albert Noble
Abramo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Abraham Father of Many
Accalia  (Greek)
Mythical Greek Name
Accalia  (Latin)
Possibly from the Acca Larentia the Shewolf Who Nursed the Twins Remus and Romulus
Acidalia  (Latin)
Named for Venus
Ada  (French)
Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French Form of the Old German Adalheidis, a Compound of 'Athal' (Noble) and 'Haida' (Hood). Adelaide, the Capital of South Australia, Was Named After Queen Adelaide,
Adalia  (Hispanic)
Divinity of Fire
Adalia  (Spanish)
Girl of the Nobility. Noble
Adalia  (German)
God is My Refuge, Noble
Adalia  (German)
Noble
Adalia  (Teutonic)
Noble
Adaliah  (Biblical)
One That Draws Water, Poverty, Cloud, Death
Adaliah  (Biblical)
One That Draws Water, Poverty, Cloud, Death
Addie  (French)
Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French Form of the Old German Adalheidis, a Compound of 'Athal' (Noble) and 'Haida' (Hood). Adelaide, the Capital of South Australia, Was Named After Queen Adelaide,
Addy  (French)
Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French Form of the Old German Adalheidis, a Compound of 'Athal' (Noble) and 'Haida' (Hood). Adelaide, the Capital of South Australia, Was Named After Queen Adelaide,
Adelaide  (French)
Nobility. French Form of the Old German Adalheidis, a Compound of 'Athal' (Noble) and 'Haida' (Hood). Adelaide, the Capital of South Australia, Was Named After Queen Adelaide, King William Iv's Consor
Agalia  (Greek)
Brightness
Agalia  (Greek)
Bright Joy
Agalia  (Greek)
Happy
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
Alian  (Biblical)
High
Alice  (French)
Variant of Adelaide: Nobility. French Form of the Old German 'Adalheidis', a Compound of 'Athal' (Noble) and 'Haida' (Hood). Adelaide, the Capital of South Australia, Was Named After Queen Adelaide, K
Aliyah  (Islamic)
Ascender, Exhalted, Highest ( Aliya, Alia, Aleea, Aliya, Aaliyah )
Almili  (Gaelic)
Work; Gaelic Form of Amelia, Which is an English Variant of the Germanic Amalia. (Aim-ee-lee). (Ain-jeh-lah)
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
Amalia  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Amelia: Industrious
Amalia  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amalia  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of Amelia: Industrious
Amalia  (Italian)
From Amelia, a Derivative of the Old German Amalburga Meaning Labour. Hard Working
Amalia  (Latin)
Industrious. Striving
Amalia  (English)
Industrious. Striving
Amalia  (Latin)
Hardworking
Amalia  (Teutonic)
Defender
Ambrosi  (Italian)
Italian Form of Amhrose 'Immortal'
Amelia  (Teutonic)
Industrious, Hard-working, Also Amalia, Amelie
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
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