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Meaning of the Name Anastasia

The first name Anastasia is of Russian, Greek, Irish origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Russian: Reborn
Greek: Resurrection
Russian: Resurrection
Greek: Resurrection. One Who Will Be Reborn. Famous Bearer: Martyr St Anastasia. Anastasia, Famous Daughter of Tsar Nicholas Li, Last Emperor of Russia, Who Many Believe Survived the Massacre of Her Family
Irish: Risen Once More
Greek: Who Shall Rise Again, Thoughtful, Competent, Patient

Similar Names

Anastagio | Anastasio | Anastasios | Anastasius | Anastacia | Anastasha | Anastashia | Anastassia | Anastazia | Anastazja |

Related Names

Anastacia  (Greek)
Variant of Anastasia-reborn
Anastazja  (Polish)
Polish Form of Anastasia 'Reborn'
Anasthasia  (Greek)
Resurrection (Anastasia)
Anasztaizia  (Hungarian)
Hungarian Form of Anastasia, Meaning She Shall Rise Again
Anstey  (Irish)
A Form of the Greek Anastasia, Meaning Ressurection
Anstice  (Irish)
A Form of the Greek Anastasia, Meaning Ressurection
Stacey  (English)
Diminutive of Anastasia: Resurrection; or of Eustace: Fruitful
Stacey  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Eustace: Fruitful, Productive. Diminutive of Anastasia: Resurrection. One Who Will Be Reborn
Stacey  (Greek)
Rise Again, a Form of Anastasia (Stacy, Staci, Stacia, Stacie)
Stacie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Anastasia
Stacy  (Greek)
Diminutive of Anastasia: Resurrection. One Who Will Be Reborn. Famous Bearer: Anastasia, Famous Daughter of Tsar Nicholas Li, Last Emperor of Russia, Who Many Believe Survived the Massacre of Her Fami
Stacy  (English)
Variant of Stacey: Diminutive of Anastasia: Resurrection; or of Eustace: Fruitful
Tasya  (Russian)
Abbreviation of Anastasia 'One Who Will Be Reborn
Tazia  (Italian)
Abbreviation of Anastasia: One Who Will Be Reborn

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