Amilia name meaning

Updated: March 15th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Gothic and Latin
Usage: English, German, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Amilia a-mi-lia
Meaning: Brave, Emulus, Efficient, Aspirations, Industrious, Work of the Lord, Work, Emilia, Amalia, Trustworthy, Beautiful, Imitating and Rivaling
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What does Amilia mean?

Creative and adventurous Amilia commonly is used in Swedish, German, English, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian is of Gothic and Latin origin is given to girls. Amilia is version of persistent and pleasing Amelia.

Amelia is form of immutable and trendy Amalia. Also Amelia is form of everlasting and commonly accepted Amalie. Amelia is also variant of famous and conifer Emily. Amelia is German and English cognate of Amalia.

Also Amelia is equivalent of Emily in Latin and English languages. Origin of Offbeat Amelia is in Latin and Gothic, meaning of Amelia is "Beautiful and Amalia". Also. Amilia is variant of long standing and widespread Amalia.

Amalia is a version of pleasing and ever lasting Emily. Amalia is derivative of Emilie. Amalia is Latin cognate of Germanic Names Beginning with Amal-. Also. Amilia is variant form of illustrous and conifer Emilia.

Emilia is feminine variant of Emilius. Emilia is equivalent of Emilie in Italian and Spanish languages.

How do I pronounce Amilia?

The three syllabled name Amilia is pronounced, a-mi-lia.

Variants of Amilia

Amiliah, Amalia, Amelia, Emilia, Emily, Aimil, Amy, Amalie, Aemilia, Ameline, Milka, Aemiliana, Emilie, Mia, Emma, Emiliana

Middle Names for Amilia

Britany, Nine, view more middle names that goes with Amilia

Names that rhyme with Amilia

How popular is the name Amilia?

Amilia is a common name in United States given to over 1919 babies in 49 years. Currently at its peak, it ranked 1259th when 182 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls.

Amilia is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, although it has been in use since 1996 but could not make beyond the top 2000. Over 246 people have been named Amilia in England and Wales.

Also, it appeared first time in 2005 on baby girl names list of France. Also, it is uncommon in Switzerland, where it has been in use since 2006 and peaked in 2018 when it ranked 536th.

It also recently appeared in Belgium baby girl names chart.

Amilia is a common name in Indonesia while somewhat familiar name in Malaysia, Philippines, Haiti, Nigeria, South Africa, Russia and India.

As per our research, over 4000 babies have been bestowed Amilia around the globe.

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Amilia in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Amilia

You want to invent something or accomplish something no one has ever done before. Your attitude is expressive and energetic. Try to be more compassionate and humane. Your family isn't very happy with how you handle things and treat people when it comes to romantic relationships. You don't care about how others see you as long as you are feeling good about yourself. The capstone of your name reveals your true personality, your skills, and unique abilities.

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Sibling Names for Amilia

Are you looking for the perfect name to complement your little one's moniker, Amilia? Look no further! Here are some great sibling names that will pair perfectly with Amilia, whether you're after a traditional or modern feel. Check out our list below and find the perfect match for your family.

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