Famous Bearer
Personal Impression
Also Hungarian: --- mentions Lilia
You'll find several bearers on social media.
Frollein Gladys  6/3/2019
Lilia Esquilin is the oldest child of popular YouTube family vloggers ‘Jesssfam’ where her mother Jessica, step-father Chris and six younger siblings vlog their lives.
― Anonymous User  3/7/2019
Better than Lily.
Luvbug86  1/23/2019
This name was very common in the Republic of Moldova. It is seen as a bit dated now, it's a name you hear a lot on women over the age of 40. It is still being used, but not very common, among the younger generations. Liliana and Lili are also in use, but much less common than Lilia.

Lilia is also used in Romania, but less frequently than in the Republic of Moldova and you will also usually see it on women over 40.
― Anonymous User  8/31/2018
Lilia (Lily) is the most graceful name for a female. It's so soft, so feminine and you always imagine the person who has this name to be really sweet and gentle. It's a simple name, but beautiful. I really like flower names and it's one of my most liked names. If I ever had a daughter I would name her Lilia.
― Anonymous User  3/17/2018
This name is so gorgeous! I love this name :) If I have a child in the future and it's a girl I really wanna use Lilia for the name.
― Anonymous User  2/24/2018
Lilia also means "lilies" in Latin (singular: lilium).
erb816  10/27/2017
Lilia al-Atrash is Syrian television actress. She started her career with the famous actor and writer Yasser al-Azma in the sitcom Maraya.
cutenose  6/10/2017
The name Lilia was given to 266 girls born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Lilia are female.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2017
Also rare Bulgarian usage.
Sofia  5/28/2017
This name is so pretty and it's so underused, I adore this name. This name is very refreshing among all the Maddison's, Addilyn's, Aiden's etc running around.
― Anonymous User  10/7/2016
Also Italian: [noted -ed]
Frollein Gladys  8/22/2016
This name became popular when a famous mommy vlogger, JesssFam (GabeandJesss) named her daughter this in 2010. She was born in June of 2010 and influenced the name greatly.
― Anonymous User  10/29/2015
― Anonymous User  7/29/2015
My name is Lilia and it is pronounced both ways as the above comment states. In Spanish it is lee-lee-uh and in English most pronounce it li-lee-uh. And it is true my name is ofttimes mispronounced and misspelled. I have more nicknames than I wish for because people cant pronounce my name although I don't see the difficulty. Overall I think it's a beautiful name a perfect combination of everything a name needs and I absolutely love being named Lilia.
bonillal27  5/9/2011
Lilia is the name of Joshua's beloved in Cecil B. DeMille's "The Ten Commandments".
SamJackShipper93  1/19/2011
I love this name! Yes, it could be mistaken for other names such as Lily, but sometimes that's just inevitable. To me it sounds classic but modern, sophisticated but fun, fiesty but delicate, natural but exotic. I love it!
...Skye...  5/30/2009
Lilia means purity and innocence.
― Anonymous User  1/8/2009
This is a beautiful name! I believe this is a nice variation for the name Lillian, since that name is getting very popular. My great-grandmother was named Lillian and I think Lilia would be a name that would still honor hers. I think it could be pronounced either lil-ee-ah or Lee-lee-ah. Both ways are pretty.
Coffeebean  8/31/2008
It's pretty but I'd think carefully before giving this name to a child. Most people haven't heard of it but it sounds a lot like a few other popular names. So young Lilia will almost certainly get called Lydia, Olivia and Lily. This could get pretty tiresome for her, could give her a complex about her name, who knows!

Personally, I prefer simple English Lily.
aquamarina  6/8/2008
The 19th century Scottish author George MacDonald, who wrote such classics as "The Princess and the Goblin", "Lilith", "Phantastes", and the fairy tales "The Light Princess" and "The History of Photogen and Nycteris", had a daughter named Lilia. George MacDonald is my favorite author, and I think Lilia is a very beautiful name. Very delicate and lovely, Lilia is a wonderful name.
harry_sent_me  4/29/2008
Famous bearer: Lilia Podkopayeva, Ukrainian gymnast.
carenmuffin  8/14/2007
Lilia is a minor character in Clive Barker's novel Weaveworld. She was among the first to be unleashed from the Fugue after Cal tore a piece off. Unfortunately, she was killed by the Rake (not an actual RAKE, silly! A monster!) soon after. (It's a great book.)
― Anonymous User  5/5/2007
Famous bearer: professional dancer Lilia Kopylova.
WCSAngel  12/16/2006
In the game Harvest Moon 64, Lilia is the wife of Basil and mother of Popuri. She runs the flower shop, and has pink hair. She's one of my favorite characters, actually. In the game, your character can choose to marry Popuri, making Lilia your mother-in-law.
Belldandy  7/29/2006
The Bulgarian masculine name "Kremen" (the stress is on the 2nd "e") and its feminine form "Kremena" (the stress is on the 2nd "e") are connected with "Lilia". "Liliya" is the Bulgarian variant of "Lilia" and in Bulgarian "krem" is the other word for "liliya", which means the flower "lily".
iva_toneva  5/30/2006
"Lilia" is derived from the flower "lily", that is why "Lilia" could have a nameday on Palm Sunday (the Sunday before Easter) - the day of flowers and willows (the names of the other trees also have a nameday). The Bulgarian variant of "Lilia" is "Liliya"; "Liliya" has a nameday on Palm Sunday, because the Bulgarian word "liliya" means the "lily".
iva_toneva  5/26/2006
Lilia means 'graceful lily' in Hebrew.
― Anonymous User  4/29/2006
My friend's name. A lovely and not too common name. I like Lilia better than Lillian or other variants. It sounds classy, delicate and sweet.
― Anonymous User  4/5/2006
This is my favorite of the "Lily" names - I find it breathtakingly beautiful!
tmarie  3/12/2006
It has a very nice meaning in classical Arabic, it means the flower "lily of the valley".
liliamokhtari  6/9/2005
Lilia means "what is mine is G-d's" in Hebrew.
Miss Claire  2/24/2005

Comments are left by users of this website. They are not checked for accuracy.

Add a Comment