Meaning & History
French form of SOPHIA.
Other Languages & CulturesSophia(Ancient Greek) Sofia, Sofiya(Bulgarian) Sofia(Catalan) Sofija, Sonja(Croatian) Sofie, Žofie, Soňa(Czech) Sofia, Sofie, Sonja, Vivi(Danish) Sofia(Estonian) Sofia, Sohvi, Sonja, Viivi(Finnish) Sopio(Georgian) Sofia, Sophia(Greek) Szofi, Zsófia, Szófia, Szonja, Zsófika(Hungarian) Soffía, Sonja(Icelandic) Sofia, Sonia(Italian) Sofija(Latvian) Sofija(Lithuanian) Sofija, Sonja(Macedonian) Sofia, Sofie, Sonja, Vivi(Norwegian) Zofia, Sonia, Zosia(Polish) Sofia, Sonia(Portuguese) Sofia, Sonia(Romanian) Sofia, Sofiya, Sofya, Sonya(Russian) Sofija, Sonja(Serbian) Sofia, Žofia, Soňa(Slovak) Sonja(Slovene) Sofía, Sonia(Spanish) Sofia, Sofie, Sonja, Vivi(Swedish) Sofia, Sofiya(Ukrainian)
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