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This name is pronounced Lay-ah in Germany. It´s really popular here.
-- Destry  4/13/2005
This name actually means "wild cow" or "someone who tries hard without having success".
-- Destry  4/14/2005
Lea Salonga is a Broadway performer.
-- Anonymous User  5/5/2006
Jesse McCartney's younger sister's name is Lea Joyce McCartney.
-- Anonymous User  8/7/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Lea here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
-- _satu_  9/3/2006
This is such a cute name!
-- elysa  3/14/2007
Popular girls name in Slovenia. [noted -ed]
-- earthnut  7/2/2007
This name sounds really nasal to me. When I was seven I liked the name, but now I absolutely hate it because I know someone named Lea that I am not particularly fond of.
-- Anonymous User  9/24/2007
Lea is also the Dutch form of Leah. [noted -ed]
-- Lucille  10/29/2007
I think the spelling of Leah is much more attractive.
-- Anonymous User  1/29/2008
I much prefer the LAY-ah pronunciation of this name. I think LE-ah is so boring and blah.
-- jasmineenimsaj  3/23/2008
Lea Thompson is an American actress, famous for her role as Lorraine in "Back to the Future."
-- erb816  6/2/2008
A famous bearer is Czech triathlonist and biathlonist Lea Johanides.
-- Emilie007  7/2/2008
The Dutch pronunciation is LAY-ah.
-- X-Mar  9/6/2008
Lea is also Czech, Slovak, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish form.
-- Emilie007  9/6/2008
Italian assistant director Alessandro Casale and Slovak actress Barbora Bobul'ová have a daughter Lea Casale, born 2007.
-- Emilie007  1/14/2009
Lea Michele, an actress and singer, portrays the character of Rachel Berry in Fox's new show "Glee."
-- meggsxx3  5/20/2009
I like this name, but there's an urban legend going around that there's a girl who spells it Le-a. On top of that, she supposedly pronounces it "Ledasha".
-- bananarama  6/16/2009
I'm surprised that as thorough a resource as "Behind the Name" only acknowledges ONE pronunciation for this name. This simple three-letter name can be pronounced several ways. The "German" way this site suggest would only be one--and I'm not even sure THAT's accurate. As someone who has German as a 2nd language, I'd say it's closer to LAY-a. Actress Lea Thompson, however, pronounces her name LEE-a (I believe). Whereas newswoman Lea Thompson pronounces it LEE. As a last name it's also monosyllabic (LEA & PERRIN).
-- gbcallahan  6/29/2009
Lea is also Finnish form of Leah. [noted -ed]
-- Yippal  7/30/2009
Also a girls' name in Croatia. [noted -ed]
-- goricar  12/22/2009
Other than being a variant of Leah, Lea also means "lioness" in Latin.
-- nilamalin  6/26/2010
It is pronounced Leh-ah in Norway. Nice three letter name and I prefer the Norwegian pronunciation :)
-- Verena  10/3/2010
My friend's name is Lea, and she pronounces it "Leah". Our teacher pronounces it "Leia" because he had a friend with the same name, and she pronounced it that way. So, to me, it seems that if you name your kid this, while pretty, it could get really annoying if people keep pronouncing it wrong.
-- RoseWeasley95  12/21/2010
Lea is also Czech form of Leah.
-- Meg_Simpson  5/12/2011
Lea also celebrate name day April 29th in Czechia.
-- Anonymous User  5/12/2011
Lea Michele Sarfati is an American actress and singer.
-- Anonymous User  12/12/2011
Lea is very pretty, and it could be used as a feminine variant of Leo.
-- Bazinga  1/29/2012
This is my middle name, and my parents chose to pronounce it "lee." much like the word "flea" is pronounced "flee". My grandfather even had a rhyme to go with it. My name is Tonya and his nickname for me is "Tawny" and his little song that he used to sing to me went something like this, "Tawny Lea is a flea and she is really buggin' me."
-- bees knees  4/29/2012
My father's mother's name was Lea. She was from Karelia, but had to move to Finland, where she later met my grandfather. I only met her once, but I was too young to remember her. She is said to have been a very smart woman. She was also a writer.
I really like the name, and think of naming a daughter (if I get one) Lea. Or as a double name (Lily-Lea, Lea Kristeen). Either way, I think it's a great name. Other than that, it all depends on the bearer.
-- PiaIskula  2/8/2014

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