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I personally think that this is a beautiful name! But, I would rather name my child Leah.
I’m not into it, it’s very short, it’s only good for a short name like, Amelia, Emilia, Rosalia, etc.
This can also be a nickname for Julia and Amelia!
Leah is such a pretty name! Every time I think about what I am going to name my baby girl the first name that comes to my brain is Leah. It is also a really easy name to spell, however many different spellings. I personally think (Leah) is the best spelling then second (Lia).
Really pretty! I also love Leah!
Ok, I LOVE THIS NAME! Everything about it is pretty. I haven't seen many Lias, only Leahs, and Lia is so much prettier. I would definitely consider using this as a name.
Also Judeo-Anglo-Norman.
Source: Seror, Simon "Les noms des femmes juives en Angleterre au Moyen Âge".
I think this is my favorite spelling of the name! It’s beautiful and because it’s so short and sweet it can be paired with beautiful middle names too. For example, Lia Madeleine Reign would be stunning.
Simple name, nothing much good or bad, but name looks alright, simple, also elegant! I like it! Lia looks and sounds a lot better than boring looking and sounding Mia. Name is alright!
Beautiful. ❤.
It's pretty.
SSniperwolf’s real name is Lia.
Usages: HungarianPronunciation: LEE-ahMeaning: Variant of Lea.Source: https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lea(Information from name #349132 originally submitted by user epresvanilia)
I've always preferred Lia and Lea to Leah. Leah looks slightly forced, while Lia and Lea seem more natural. However Lia is definitely my favorite spelling out of them all. It looks prettier when written down, and it can age better than many other modern names that people are using.
Nice nickname for Amelia or Julia.
Also Corsican: http://www.corsicami.com/corse%20prenoms/prenoms_corses_m03.htm
Can be a nickname for Amelia.
Lia is the stage name of a member of the K-pop girl group ITZY.
Lia means "bearer of good news" in Greek.
I really don't like this name, I prefer Lea.
I like this name as a nickname since it's too short for my liking. Other variations of this name are Leah or Lea.
In Italy it can be used as an abbreviation of other names such as Amelia, Emilia, Rosalia, Amalia.
Nevertheless, it's not uncommon. Little girls are named (registered) simply Lia at the Civil Registry.
Lia is a nice diminutive of Rosalia, Jula, Emilia, Olivia, even. But it is a good alternative to Leah as a full name because the spelling is less common.
Lia Marie Johnson is an American singer, songwriter, actress and Internet personality notable for appearing in various web series, including the Emmy-winning web series Kids React created by the Fine Brothers, and for her own vlogging and social media output. She is known for her starring role in the Nickelodeon movie Terry the Tomboy and for recurring roles in AwesomenessTV's Side Effects TV Series and My Music. In 2012 her personal YouTube channel, "Lia Marie Johnson", was reported to have received 16 million views. As of 2017, Lia's YouTube channel is reported to have surpassed 117 million views and currently maintains over 1.7 million subscribers, while her Instagram account was followed by 2.3 million followers. In a 2014 Adweek profile she was referred to as one of "10 of the biggest young stars on YouTube". In 2015 she was named one of the Top 100 YouTubers in the world.
My name is Lia. It is NOT a nickname. My name seems very delicate and polite, but honestly, a name doesn't define a personality. As the ratings show, my name seems to be more serious than comedic, it is physically impossible to tell whether the person herself is actually serious or not without meeting them IN PERSON and TALKING TO THEM.
My name is Julia Thian Dil and my parents call me Lia.
Also used in Hungary. Pronounced: LI-aw.
I much prefer the name Lia over Leah. My mum and dad nearly called me Leah and I'm kind of glad they didn't. My mum says that "Lia" looks like a spelling mistake, but I don't really like names ending in the suffix "-ah". Lia is a lovely name.
Might use it as a nickname for Lillian!
This is a beautiful nickname, but I don't think it makes a good actual name.
Also Arabic pronunciation, spelled ليا.
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!
Lia is a Japanese singer.
Lia Neal (born 1995 in New York City) is an American swimmer.
Lia Johnson (b. 1996 in Wahiawa, Hawaii) is an American actress.
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-AhThe "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.
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.
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!
I like Lia way better then Leah. Leah looks forced and overrated, Lia is magnificent.
Also used in the Czech Republic. (I know at least four Lia's.)
Lia can sometimes mean cow.
In Italy, Lia is also used as a nickname for Rosalia. [noted -ed]
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.
Lia Honda is a car dealership.
Also a girls name in Slovenia. I have also heard it used as a nickname for Liana.
Short and sweet. I love this name, it's nice on a little girl and I think it ages well.
My friend's name is Lia. Her middle nanme's Pearl. I like the name Lia, but not Pearl.
It is also used in Romania.
This can also be a nickname for any name ending in -lia: Julia, Amelia, Natalia.
"Lia" could be also a short form of "Liana".
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.
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.
I've seen Lia as a nickname for Athalia.
Also a nickname for Amelia.

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