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In addition to Lia and Lea, Leia is a Portuguese (Brazilian) version of Leah.
-- camila88  3/11/2009
This was the 78th most popular name in Sweden in 2008.
-- Anonymous User  5/13/2009
I love it, it sounds cute, it looks cute! I also like Leah.
-- Anonymous User  11/24/2009
Leia, Leja, Laeh, Lia are all the same name. The Leia is a change of the J used in the Polish which Americans would never understand. My grandmother named Leja came from Poland. I am Laeh, same name but American. In German the name is Lea. All these names refer to the wife of Jacob in the Bible in the way Hebrew is pronounced.

I am a genealogist who speaks 5 languages and has worked for more than 25 years in Europe going from one country to another. Over this time I've tracked names extensively.
-- Tante Laeh  5/30/2010
Haha. I'm surprised no one has mentioned Princess Leia from Star Wars.
-- rooball  1/7/2011
I hate this name. But I like the name Leah! If you spell it like this then you are a chav. Simple as.
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2012
It's weird how there are 2 Leia pages on this site.

By the way, Leia is a nice name although it does make the parents look like hardcore Star Wars fans.
-- xgirl  5/26/2014

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