ILIA
GENDER: Masculine
OTHER SCRIPTS: ილია (Georgian), Илья (Russian), Илия (Bulgarian), Илїа (Church Slavic)
PRONOUNCED: eel-YAH (Russian)   [key]
Meaning & History
Georgian form of ELIJAH. It is also a variant transcription of Russian ILYA or Bulgarian ILIYA.
Related Names
VARIANTS: Ilya (Russian), Ilija, Iliya (Bulgarian)
FEMININE FORMS: Iliana, Ilina, Iliyana (Bulgarian)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Ilyas (Arabic), Elijah (Biblical), Elias, Eliou (Biblical Greek), Eliyyahu (Biblical Hebrew), Elias, Helias (Biblical Latin), Ilija (Croatian), Elias (Danish), Elia, Elian (Dutch), Elias, Elijah (English), Eelis, Elias, Eljas (Finnish), Élie (French), Elias (German), Elias, Ilias (Greek), Elijah, Eliyahu, Eliyyahu (Hebrew), Éliás, Illés (Hungarian), Elia (Italian), Ilija, Ile (Macedonian), Elis (Medieval English), Elias (Norwegian), Eliasz (Polish), Elias (Portuguese), Ilie (Romanian), Ilija (Serbian), Elías (Spanish), Elias, Elis (Swedish), İlyas (Turkish)