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Kia was given to 23 baby girls in 2014 in America.
lilolaf  2/23/2016
My two-year old niece is named Kiandra, and we call her Kia for short. I like it. It's short, cute, and fun to say in silly voices to make her giggle :D

The fact that it's a car brand is actually pretty suiting; her other aunt and grandfather both build and race cars.
Hato-chan  6/29/2013
It's generally not used as a given name, only as a nickname.
Caprice  1/16/2013
People will call you Car or Carrie. Oh, hi I'm Kia! Vroom vroom. No offence if this is your name, I like it alright besides the fact that it is a car company.
SEC908  10/25/2012
I know a Kia. Kind of a brat, but an great name otherwise. Very cute and one of my all-time favorites! :)
Rin_0911  4/8/2012
I love the name Kia. It is so adorable and sugar-sweet it could give Chloe a run for its money. However, I don't like Kia car or "killed in action" associations, so I prefer the spelling Kiya. Kiya is an Ancient Egyptian name, borne by a wife of the Pharaoh Akhenaten. I love the way Kiya looks (the "y" gives it more spunk), and I'm kind of an Ancient Egypt enthusiast, so Kiya's history makes it more appealing to me than the Kia spelling.
― Anonymous User  1/7/2010
In English, KIA is acronym for "killed in action".
― Anonymous User  12/21/2009
This could also be a nickname for Saskia.
rachypiesheepbaa  2/11/2009
Pronounced kee-a.
darrengeorge  6/10/2008
Egyptian name originally. Princess Kia.
darrengeorge  6/10/2008
Pretty, but there is also a brand of car called Kia. I think it's a little bit too short, you should name your child something longer, and then they get nicknames to choose from.
bellaboo  10/24/2006
I have a second cousin with this name who's a guy. Not kidding.
― Anonymous User  9/8/2006
Kia is the name of a South Korean automobile manufacturer. Kia has released such car models as the Sephia, Spectra and Rio. More information at:
Sara Ruth  5/29/2006
I believe this is also an Australian name. I don't think it's short for anything in that sense.
― Anonymous User  3/4/2006

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