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I prefer this over Lydia.
― Anonymous User  12/8/2008
Lidia is also the Irish form of Lydia.
― Anonymous User  9/25/2009
Lidia is also the Indonesian variation for Lydia.
La Reina  4/23/2010
Lidia Bastianich (born 1947) is an Italian-American chef and restaurateur.
bananarama  2/13/2011
I love, love, love this name! I know I've said that about a lot of names, but I really, truly, do. I almost like this spelling better than the traditional one of Lydia. The Russian spelling, Lidiya, is also nice. I love to write stories set in various countries and I've used the name Lydia spelled many different ways in a lot of my stories. On a scale of 1-10, with 1 being awful and 10 being wonderful, I'd give the name Lidia and 10 1/2. :)
Joy12  4/19/2011
Italian Pronunciation:


The "I" in "Li" is stressed to "EE." As is the "I" in "Di" (EE). "A" is always spoken to the "A" in "Father."
Francesca  4/27/2011
Polish diminutive of the name Lidia is LIDKA. [noted -ed]
liducha333  12/27/2011
Lidia is also the Georgian form of Lydia.

In Georgian, Lidia is written as: ლიდია.
Lucille  6/9/2013
The name Lidia was given to 164 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/17/2013
This is also a Romanian name. [noted -ed]
Shibbeh  10/8/2014
Lidia/Lydia is also a Turkish name from the ancient Kingdom. Lydia which is on the territory of modern Turkey.
aeoneC  5/15/2015
Lidia Isac is a Russian born Moldovan singer born 27 March 1993 (age 22). Isac was previously a member of the duo Glam Girls and had attempted to represent Moldova in 2013, 2014, 2015 as a member of the duo. In 2016, she competed as a solo artist and won. She will represent Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 with the song "Falling Stars".
cutenose  3/13/2016
Lidia Quaranta was an Italian stage and film actress of the early 20th Century. Lidia Gemma Mattia Quaranta was born in Turin, Italy, the older sister of twins Letizia and Isabella Quaranta. She began her stage career in the theatre company of Italian actor and director Dante Testa. In 1910 Quaranta and her sister Letizia were hired by Itala Film. However, she made her film debut in the 1910 Edoardo Bencivenga-directed short L'ignota for the little-known Aquila Films. In 1911, she would appear in her first film for Itala titled Clio e Filete, directed by Oreste Mentasti. She would go on to perform in a number of short films for Itala, including the popular 1913 crime-drama Tigris opposite actor Dante Cappelli. During the 1910s, she would also work for such film companies as Tiber, Excelsa and Ambrosia.
cutenose  1/29/2017

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