User comments for Talya

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The meaning is lovely, Dew of God, even though I am not a theist. This name looks more...real, pretty much, then Taliya or Talia and this name feels much different than those names to me.
XironDarkstar  4/23/2018
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Israeli filmmaker Talya Lavie, known for her film Zero Motivation.
― Anonymous User  4/19/2018
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To the people saying they are Russian and have never heard this: it's not a Russian name; it's a Hebrew name.
― Anonymous User  11/23/2015
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I love the name, but I think the spelling Talia is the best in my opinion.
― Anonymous User  3/31/2015
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It's a Jewish name, not Russian.
― Anonymous User  9/27/2013
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Talia (Tal-ee-ah) is èÇìÀéÈä.
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gabriellagrace  6/12/2010
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Another way of spelling is Talija.
― Anonymous User  6/23/2009
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My friend's name is Taila (TY-LAH) and people call her Talya instead when they read her name. People, be careful about mispronouncing names! I like the name Talya because it sounds like it would belong to a person who is very athletic and caring. :-)
Taydbug112  10/26/2006
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I am Russian, but I have never heard this form of Natalia. [noted -ed]
― Anonymous User  4/5/2005
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I completely agree with the above comment. I am Russian, but have never ever heard of this name used as a nickname for Natalia. The name Natalia is very popular in Russia, but all of the Natalias whom I know go by Natasha or Nata for short. [noted -ed]
HebrideanBlack  5/30/2006

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