Lexia

Lexia meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: German and Old Greek
Usage: English, Swedish and Finnish
Meaning: Noble and Fighting
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The odd girl name Lexia is used predominantly in English, Finnish and Swedish is originated from German and Old Greek, Lexia means "Noble and Fighting". Lexia is form of commonly accepted and perpetual Lexie. Lexie is variant of outstanding Alexia. Also Lexie is variant of Its Variants. Lexie is also variation of prevailing and evergreen Alexandra. Meaning of Lexie is Defending Men, He Who Wards Off (Other) Men and Feminine of Alexander is originated from Old Greek. Lexia is version of frequently used Alexia. Alexia is variation of unfading and cherished Alexis. Alexia is abridged form of Alexandra. Alexia is equivalent of Alexandra in Latin language. Alexia's meaning is Protect, The Defender and Defender of Man is of Old Greek and Germanic origin. Lexia is form of perpetual and hot mainstream Alexandra. Alexandra is effeminate variant of Alexander. Unfamiliar Alexandra came from Old Greek language, meaning of Alexandra is "Manly and Defender of Men". Lexia is derivation of Adelaide. Adelaide is variant of imperishable and prevailing Adela. Adelaide is French cognate of Adelheid. Also Adelaide is form of Adélaïde in Nordic language. Adelaide's meaning is Noble and Fight and Of Noble Figure came from Old High German and Germanic. Lexia is resulted from Alix. Alix is a form of renowned and evergreen Alexander. Alix is short version of Adelheid. Unwonted Alix is used principally in English and French has its origin in Old Greek and Old High German, Alix means "Of Noble Figure and Honorable".. It is celebrated on January 9.

Variants of Lexia

Lexie, Alexia, Alexandra, Exie, Lexa, Alexios, Alexis, Alecxia, Alexie, Alexina, Alek, Jona, Alandra, Aleka, Axelia

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Popularity of Lexia

Lexia is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1976 and was able to reach the top 3000 names. In 2002, it ranked 2582nd when 60 girl were named Lexia. Over 739 people have been named Lexia in United States. Lexia is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, in use since 2000, peaked in 2006 when it ranked 1983rd. In France, it has been in use since 2001 and achieved its top ranking of 2819 in 2018.

At least, 800 people globally have carried Lexia as their given name according to our evaluation.

YearRankBirths
2018734415
2017928011
2016754115
2015668818
2014727916
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What numerology tells about Lexia?

When it comes to love, you are the jealous partner with a low self-confidence. You can't stand injustice. Your friends are like addicted to you, but your family isn't very happy with how you live your life cause you are restless. Good things don't just fall from the sky. You have to earn them. You know this. You like to take safe risks. As for your friends, keep it real. However, you live by other people's rules and social restrictions which is not good for you.

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  •  Corintha - Far-out Corinthas origin is Greek, meaning of Corintha is "Point, Peak" is used for baby girls
  •  Alexandrine means Protect or Man or He Who Wards Off (Other) Men used for baby girls has its origin in Old Greek is mainly used in Danish and Finnish
  •  Hallie - Desirable and Perennial unisex name Hallie is particulary used in English. It is rooted from Old English and Germanic, meaning of Hallie is "Heroine, Army Power or Hay Clearing"
  •  Cynamon - Meaning of Cynamon is Reddish-Brown Spice has its origin in Old Greek is a girl name. Cynamon is resulted from Cinnamon.
  •  Apollinare - Origin of Apollinare is in Old Greek is used majorly in Italian, a baby boy name, meaning of Apollinare is "Apollonia"
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