Comments for the name Amalia

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Amalia was the name of the greatest Portuguese singer. She sang FADO like no one else in the world could do. Fado is a traditional type of music in Portugal. It's the tears of a guitar, the soul of two lovers.
-- Mary-Rach  3/29/2005
Amalia is also the second name (and common name) of Catharina Amalia, daughter of the Prince and Princess of Orange, who will inherit the Dutch throne after her father.
-- lala  6/1/2005
It's an alias that the character Ashelia uses in Final Fantasy XII.
-- Laurisgirl  1/2/2008
In the game Final Fantasy XII, the princess Ashelia B'nargin uses this as her alias.
-- Anonymous User  6/24/2008
Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau (given names: Catharina-Amalia Beatrix Carmen Victoria; born December 07, 2003, The Hague, the Netherlands), is the first child of Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange, the heir apparent to the throne of the Netherlands, and Princess Máxima of the Netherlands, his spouse.
-- Anonymous User  9/30/2008
Amalia Wilhelmine von Braunschweig-Lüneburg (21th April 1673 – 10th April 1742) was the daughter of Johann Friedrich, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and Benedikte-Henriette of Simmern.
-- Emilie007  12/9/2008
Amália Rodrigues was a Portuguese fado singer. She's considered the "Queen of Fado" and a worldwide known symbol of Portugal.
-- Anonymous User  2/2/2009
Amalia is a chain of hotels in Greece.
-- Athena Nike  8/13/2009
Is it possible that Amalia came into usage during the time that Queen Amalia was the queen consort of Greece in the 19th century? Although this royal family was not Greek and not always popular she does seem to have left her mark:

"When she arrived in Greece as a Queen consort in 1837 she had an immediate impact on social life and fashion. She realized that her attire ought to emulate that of her new people, and so she created a romantic folksy court dress, which became a national Greek costume still known as the Amalia dress.

It follows the Biedermeier style, with a kaftan (êáâáäé) top over which is worn a richly embroidered jacket. It was completed with a cap or fez, traditionally worn by married women, or with the kalpaki (a toque) of the unmarried woman, to which was added the black veil for going to church.

This dress became the usual attire of all Christian townswomen in both Ottoman Empire-occupied and liberated Balkan lands as far north as Belgrade.

In the early years of the new monarchy, Queen Amalia, with her beauty and vivaciousness brought a spirit of smart fashion and progress to the impoverished country. She laboured actively towards social improvement and the creation of gardens in Athens, and at first won the hearts of the Greeks with her refreshing beauty. The city of Amalias and the village of Amaliapolis were named for the Queen."
-- Anonymous User  8/23/2009
Anonymous User is right about the Amalia costume being the national Greek women's costume, although their description is very esoteric and doesn't sound like the (likely bastardized) version I know. The Amalia costume of today is a red velvet hat and jacket with gold trim, lace, and fancy embroidery. It's paired with a white blouse with a lace ruffle down the front and a floor length blue skirt, typically taffeta or satin.
-- kvpp88  11/1/2014
Amalia Balash is a character in the musical "She Loves Me".
-- Kate  9/7/2010
Amalia was the youngest daughter of Emperor Francis II and his wife Maria Teresa. She died shortly after birth.
-- CarolinW  6/11/2012
Maria Amalia (1724-1730) was the younger sister of Maria Theresa of Austria.
-- CarolinW  6/11/2012
Maria Amalia (1780-1798) was one of the daughters of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II and his wife Maria Luisa of Spain.
-- CarolinW  6/12/2012
Amalia (1436-1501) was the oldest daughter of Frederick II, Elector of Saxony and his wife Margarete of Austria.
-- CarolinW  7/15/2012
Maria Amalia (1701-1756) was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Joseph I and his wife Wilhelmine. She was married to Charles of Bavaria, who himself later became Holy Roman Emperor.
-- CarolinW  7/15/2012
Maria Amalia (1724-1760) was the daughter of Augustus III of Poland and his wife Maria Josepha.
-- CarolinW  7/18/2012
Maria Amalia (1746-1804) was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Francis I and his wife Maria Theresia. She was the older sister of Marie Antoinette.
-- CarolinW  7/20/2012
Maria Amalia (1757-1831) was the daughter of Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony and his wife Maria Antonia.
-- CarolinW  7/20/2012

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