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Meaning of the Name Amelia

The first name Amelia is of Latin, English, Scottish, Teutonic, German origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Industrious. Striving
English: Industrious. Striving
Scottish: Industrious, Striving; (Ah-meel-yah)
English: Industrious, Striving; (Ah-meel-yah)
Teutonic: Industrious, Hard-working, Also Amalia, Amelie
Latin: Industrious, Admiring
Teutonic: Defender
German: Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia

Similar Names

Amell | Aemilia | Amala | Amalea | Amalia | Amalie | Amelie | Amellia | Amilia | Amulya |

Related Names

Aimil  (Gaelic)
Gaelic Form of Amelia
Almili  (Gaelic)
Work; Gaelic Form of Amelia, Which is an English Variant of the Germanic Amalia. (Aim-ee-lee). (Ain-jeh-lah)
Amalia  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Amelia: Industrious
Amalia  (Italian)
From Amelia, a Derivative of the Old German Amalburga Meaning Labour. Hard Working
Amalia  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of Amelia: Industrious
Amalia  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amalie  (German)
From Amelia, a Derivative the Old German Amalburga Meaning Labor
Amaliji  (Russian)
Russian Form of Amelia: Industrious
Amalle  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amiria  (Maori)
Industrious, from Amelia
Camelia  (Latin)
A Flower Name
Camella  (English)
Variant of the Flower Name Camelia
Camellia  (English)
Variant of the Flower Name Camelia
Camille  (English)
Variant of the Flower Name Camelia
Emil  (Latin)
Excellent. Masculine Equivalent of Emily, from the Name Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Family Name Aemilius. Also a Variant of Amelia
Emily  (Latin)
Industrious; Striving. from the Name Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Family Name Aemilius. Also a Variant of Amelia
Emily  (Latin)
Hardworking, Ambitious (Amelia, Em, Emma, Emaline, Emmaline, Emeline, Emiline)
Emily  (German)
Feminine Form of Emil: from the Roman Family Name Aemilius, Meaning 'Industrious.' Also a Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Emlyn  (Latin)
Excellent. Masculine Equivalent of Emily, from the Name Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Family Name Aemilius. Also a Variant of Amelia
Jamelia  (African)
Variant of Jameelah. Beautiful (Somali) (Swahili)
Jamelia  (Arabic)
Variant of Jameelah: Beautiful
Kamelia  (English)
Variant of the Flower Name Camelia
Kamelia  (Latin)
A Flower Name. Variant of Camelia
Kamella  (Latin)
A Flower Name. Variant of Camelia
Kami  (English)
Variant of Names Like Kamelia and Kamille
Kamlyn  (English)
Variant of Names Like Kamelia and Kamille
Kammi  (English)
Variant of Names Like Kamelia and Kamille
Kammie  (English)
Variant of Names Like Kamelia and Kamille
Melcia  (Polish)
Ambitious (Amelia)
Millie  (German)
Strength, Determination. Diminutive of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour, and the Latin Aemilia. Famous Bearers: Th Century British King George Iii's Daughter Princess Amelia' Henr
Milly  (German)
Strength, Determination; Industrious. Diminutive of Millicent or Amelia: from the Old German Word for Labour, and the Latin Aemilia
Pamelia  (Greek)
Covered With Honey
Pamelia  (English)
Variant of Pamela: Name Invented in the Th Century for a Heroine of the Book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney

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