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Also a nickname for Amelia.
-- Anonymous User  6/13/2005
I've seen Lia as a nickname for Athalia.
-- Anonymous User  2/21/2006
This is the Romanian form of the name Leah. It is also used as a pet name for every possible name ending in Lia. I also heard it as a pet name for Liana.
-- Anonymous User  2/23/2006
I think it's extremely pretty, I've always loved the sound of the name but disliked the spelling Leah, so this is perfect and uncommon as well.
-- Free_Spirited_Girly  4/23/2006
"Lia" could be also a short form of "Liana".
-- iva_toneva  5/8/2006
This can also be a nickname for any name ending in -lia: Julia, Amelia, Natalia.
-- JuliaF  6/18/2006
It is also used in Romania.
-- anishtephan  6/30/2006
My friend's name is Lia. Her middle nanme's Pearl. I like the name Lia, but not Pearl.
-- xKatiex  9/9/2006
Short and sweet. I love this name, it's nice on a little girl and I think it ages well.
-- lezzie  9/18/2006
Also a girls name in Slovenia. I have also heard it used as a nickname for Liana.
-- earthnut  7/3/2007
Lia Honda is a car dealership.
-- Brianna Angela  8/17/2007
I love this name! I love the sound, but I hate it spelled Lea, or worse, Leah, so Lia is just perfect. I have only ever known one girl whose name was Lia, spelled this way. It is by far the prettiest way to spell this beautiful name.
-- harry_sent_me  11/1/2007
In Italy, Lia is also used as a nickname for Rosalia. [noted -ed]
-- lady murasaki  12/2/2007
Lia can sometimes mean cow.
-- lia  7/10/2008
Also used in the Czech Republic. (I know at least four Lia's.)
-- HanaB  4/6/2009
I like Lia way better then Leah. Leah looks forced and overrated, Lia is magnificent.
-- italiannames  2/3/2010
I think it is a beautiful name, short and sweet and it works perfectly as a middle name. It's very annoying when people keep spelling it Leah. It drives me round the twist!
-- lia  2/14/2010
I have a cousin with Lia as a name. It suits her. Such a kind lady! It's a great, short name and it doesn't sound strange at all. Lia is my favorite spelling of Leah.
-- ladybugluck  8/27/2010
Though I am positive the majority in this crowd pronounce it as "Lee-Uh"... though is incorrect, if you wish to speak it through an Italian tongue.

LEE-Ah

The "Li" is stressed to "LEE," or otherwise "I" equals "EE," meaning "L" is just a bit of frosting before the emphasis. "A" is always as in "Father." [noted -ed]

Now, I do hope people do not turn this into another "Ava" or the likes... it is too pretty (as a nickname, only, please) to be brought down so low.
-- Francesca  1/5/2011
Lia Johnson (b. 1996 in Wahiawa, Hawaii) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  7/20/2012
Lia Neal (born 1995 in New York City) is an American swimmer.
-- Anonymous User  8/7/2012
Lia is a Japanese singer.
-- Anonymous User  5/25/2013
Lia in Hawaiian is a name for head lice (ukus). In Samoan it means goddess of the rain forest. My wife (Lia) being from the Pacific islands, much prefers the Samoan meaning over the Hawaiian!
-- Patrick R  4/6/2014
Also Arabic pronunciation, spelled ليا.
-- Hussien  5/28/2014
This is a beautiful nickname, but I don't think it makes a good actual name.
-- kvpp88  10/15/2014

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