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Names That Mean Avia

124 names found for "Avia"   (page 2 of 3) 

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

Similar Names

Abba | Abi | Abia | Abiah | Abib | Afa | Afi | Afif | Apia | Ave |

Related Names

Khristin  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristina  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristine  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina 'Christian'
Khristine  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristyana  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khristyna  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khrystina  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khrystyn  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Khrystyne  (Russian)
Variant of the Scandinavian Kristina: Christian
Kirsten  (Scandinavian)
Christian. Scandinavian Form of Christine
Kirstin  (Scottish)
A Christian; a Form of the Scandinavian Kirsten, Which is Derived from Christine. Pet Forms: Kirstie, Kirsty. (Keer-stin)
Kris  (Scandinavian)
Scandinavian Diminutive of Christopher: Carrier of Christ. Famous Bearer: American Singer Kris Kristofferson
Kristina  (Scandinavian)
Variant of Kristine: Scandinavian Variant of Christine
Kristine  (Scandinavian)
Scandinavian Variant of Christine
Lachlann  (Gaelic)
From Scandinavia
Luba  ()
Love (From Yugoslavia)
Magnus  (Latin)
Great/Greatest. A Name Popular in Scandinavia During the Viking Period. A Number of Norse Kings Bore This Name
Magnus  (Scottish)
Great; a Borrowing from the Latin, Magnus is Derived from Magnus (Great). The Name Was Brought to the British Isles by the Scandinavians During the Middle Ages. Manus is the Gaelic Form. (Mag-nus)
Manus  (Latin)
Variant of Magnus: Great/Greatest. A Name Popular in Scandinavia During the Viking Period
Nigellus  (Latin)
Champion. Latinized from the Scandinavian Njal: (Niall) in Normandy
Octavia  (Latin)
The Eighth
Octavia  (Latin)
Eight, Sociable, Placid, Just. Usually Culivates, Some Hobby
Octavia  (Latin)
Born Eighth. in the Roman Empire, Octavia Was the Sister of Octavian Who Was Married to Mark Antony (As a Political Alliance). They Were Later Divorced (In Bc)
Octavia  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra'. Sister to Caesar and Wife to Mark Antony
Octavia  (Italian)
Born Eighth
Octavian  (Latin)
Variant of Octavius: Born Eighth. Octavian Was the Name Used Commonly for the Emperor Augustus
Octaviana  (Latin)
Eighth. Feminine of Octavius. A Clan Name of Roman Emperors
Octavius  (Latin)
Born Eighth. Octavius Was a Roman Clan Name, As Well As the Original Name of Emperor Augustus (Commonly Known As Octavian). Traditionally, This Name Was Given to the Eighth Child in a Large Family
Oetavian  (Latin)
Born Eighth
Olaf  (Norse)
Relic; Ancestral Heritage. St. Olaf is the Patron Saint of Norway, and There Were Many Kings in Scandinavia Named Olaf
Orval  (French)
Variant of Orville: Gold Town. Famous Bearer: Aviator Orville Wright (-) Who (Along With His Brother Wilbur) Designed and Built the First True Airplane
Orville  (French)
Gold Town. Famous Bearer: Aviator Orville Wright (-) Who (Along With His Brother Wilbur) Designed and Built the First True Airplane
Ottavia  (Italian)
Born Eighth
Pauletta  (Latin)
Slender (Paula, Paulette, Paulina, Pollie, Pola, Polcia, Pavia, Paulita)
Raghnall  (Gaelic)
Gaelic Name Derived from the Scandinavian Rognvaldr (Powerful Judgment), a Compound Name Composed from the Old Norse Elements Regin (Advice, Decision, Judgment) and Valdr (Ruler, Power, Might). The Na
Ranulf  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Randolf (Shield Wolf). The Name, Introduced by the Scandinavians, is Derived from the Old Norse Randulfr, a Compound Name Composed from the Elements Rand, Rond (The Edge or Rim of a S
Raonull  (Gaelic)
Gaelic Name Derived from Rognvaldr, a Compound Name, Introduced by Scandinavian Settlers, Composed from the Old Norse Elements Regin, Rogn (Ad- Vice, Judgment, Decision) and Valdr (Ruler, Power). The
Rechavia  (Hebrew)
Broad
Saga  (Norwegian)
Scandinavian Name, Coming from the Word Saga, Which Describes a Story, Usually a Detailed Story of an Ancient Viking Kings Life, Like Snores Saga
Tava  (Latin)
Abbreviation of Octavia: Born Eighth
Tavia  (Scottish)
Twin
Tavia  (Latin)
Eighth
Tavia  (Latin)
Abbreviation of Octavia: Born Eighth
Traviata  (Italian)
Astray
Turo  (Finnish)
Derives from Thor (Scandinavian), Which is God of Thunder. Other Forms; Thore, Tord, Thorbern= Bern= a Bear
Tyfiell  (English)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyfiell  (Irish)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyfiell  (Teutonic)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyree  (Scottish)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
Tyreece  (English)
Derivative of the Scandinavian God of Battle 'Tyr.' Tuesday Was Named for Tyr
124 names found for "Avia"   (page 2 of 3) 

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