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Also spelled Malia (Muh-lee-a) - Hawaiian for "Mary".
-- Anonymous User  5/7/2005
Also pronounced Muh-lee-a.
-- mhinatsu  5/7/2005
Melia is a such a pretty name.
-- Anonymous User  10/27/2006
Meli also means "honey" in Greek.
-- earthnut  7/22/2007
Melia does not mean 'ash tree'. The Meliae were nymphs of the ash tree, but they got their name from the sweet honey-like sap. From Wikipedia:

"Many species of Fraxinus, the ash trees, exude a sugary substance, which the ancient Greeks called méli, "honey". The species of ash in the mountains of Greece is Fraxinus ornus, Manna-ash. The Meliae were nurses of the infant Zeus. They fed him honey."
-- earthnut  7/22/2007
This is also a genus of tropical tree, pronounced MEE-lee-a.
-- earthnut  7/22/2007
This is the Georgian word for fox.
-- Anonymous User  9/12/2010
This should be pronounced MEE-lee-uh like Amelia sans A.
-- Anonymous User  12/30/2011
Melia Antiqua!
-- SeanM  2/9/2015
The name Melia was given to 127 girls born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/15/2016

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