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Meaning of the Name Amia

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The first name Amia is of English, French origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Beloved
French: Beloved. Dearly Loved

Similar Names

Aamin | Ahiam | Ahian | Ain | Am | Amaan | Aman | Amana | Ame | Amen |

Related Names

Amialiona  (Teutonic)
Hard Working
Amias  (Latin)
Loves God
Amias  (French)
From the Old French Name Derived from Latin 'Amatus' Meaning Loved. Used by British Writer Charles Kingsley for the Hero of His Novel 'Westward Ho!'
Beryl  (English)
From the Semi Precious Stone, Intuitive, Amiable, Seductive
Caradoc  (Welsh)
Affection; Amiable. Famous Bearer: First Century British King Caradoc, Better Known As King Caractacus
Caradog  (Welsh)
Variant of Caradoc: Affection; Amiable
Carthage  (Welsh)
Variant of Caradoc: Affection; Amiable
Cosmo  (Greek)
From 'Kosmos' Meaning Order. St Cosmas, Patron Saint of Physicians, and His Twin Brother St Damian Were Martyred in the Early Th Century
Daimen  (Greek)
Variant of Damon: Gentle. to Tame. A Variant of Damian. in Greek Legend Damon Was a Loyal Friend of Pythias. Famous Bearer in Modern Times: American Author Damon Runyon
Daimon  (Greek)
Variant of Damon: Gentle. to Tame. A Variant of Damian. in Greek Legend Damon Was a Loyal Friend of Pythias. Famous Bearer in Modern Times: American Author Damon Runyon
Daman  (Greek)
Variant of Damon: Gentle. to Tame. A Variant of Damian. in Greek Legend Damon Was a Loyal Friend of Pythias. Famous Bearer in Modern Times: American Author Damon Runyon
Dameon  (Greek)
Variant of Damian: Tame. Saint Damian Was the Patron Saint of Hairdressers
Damia  (French)
Untamed
Damia  (Latin)
Untamed
Damia  (Greek)
Goddess of Forces of Nature
Damian  (Greek)
To Tame, from the Greek Name Damianas. Variant of Damon 'One Who Tames; Subdues.' the Belgian Priest Father Damien Gave His Life Helping the Hawaiian Lepers of Molokai. 3rd Century St. Damian is Patro
Damian  (Greek)
Tamed or Tamer (Damien)
Damian  (Spanish)
Tame
Damian  (Greek)
Sweet and Harmless
Damiana  (Latin)
Untamed
Damiana  (French)
Untamed
Damiana  (Greek)
One Who Tames; Subdues. Feminine of Damian
Damiane  (French)
Untamed
Damiano  (Italian)
Variant of Damon 'One Who Tames; Subdues.' the Belgian Priest Father Damien Gave His Life Helping the Hawaiian Lepers of Molokai. 3rd Century St. Damian is Patron of Physicians
Damiano  (Greek)
Variant of Damian: Tame. Saint Damian Was the Patron Saint of Hairdressers
Damien  (French)
Variant of Damon 'One Who Tames; Subdues.' the Belgian Priest Father Damien Gave His Life Helping the Hawaiian Lepers of Molokai. 3rd Century St. Damian is Patron of Physicians
Damien  (Greek)
Variant of Damian: Tame
Damion  (Greek)
Variant of Damian: Tame
Damon  (Greek)
Gentle. to Tame. A Variant of Damian. in Greek Legend Damon Was a Loyal Friend of Pythias. Famous Bearer in Modern Times: American Author Damon Runyon
Damyan  (Greek)
Variant of Damian: Tame
Damyen  (Greek)
Variant of Damian: Tame
Damyon  (Greek)
Variant of Damian: Tame
Erastus  (Biblical)
Lovely, Amiable
Galilahi  (Native American)
Amiable,Attractive
Hamia  (Anglo Saxon)
A Syrian Goddess
Hippodamia  (Greek)
Wife of Pirithous
Jamia  (Scottish)
Pet Form of James Used As a Woman's Name
Jamian  (Hebrew)
Right Hand of Favor. A Biblical Name
Jecamiah  (Biblical)
Resurrection, or Confirmation, or Revenge, of the Lord
Jedidah  (Biblical)
Well Beloved, Amiable
Jekamiah  (Biblical)
Establishing; or Revenging; of the Lord
Lamia  (Greek)
An Evil Spirit Who Abducts and Murders Children
Lamia  (Latin)
Daughter of Poseidon
Laodamia  (Latin)
Daughter of Bellerophon
Laodamia  (Greek)
Wife of Protesilaus
Mamia  (Latin)
Of Thesea
Mesopotamia  (Biblical)
Between Two Rivers
Mesopotamia  (Biblical)
Between Two Rivers
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