Tania is also used in the country of Georgia, where it is a georgianization of the feminine Russian name Таня (Tanya).

Georgia had been part of the Russian Empire (from 1801 to 1918) and the Soviet Union (from 1921 to 1991), so of course some Russian names were imported to the country during that all that time.

In Georgian, Tania is written as: ტანია

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- (in Georgian; see the entry for Tatiana near the top, which mentions Tania)
- general search for ტანია on the Georgian Wikipedia: (in Georgian)
- (general): (lists only bearers living in Georgia)
- You can also find plenty of Georgian bearers on Facebook! The best way to find them is to search per city, preferably the most populous ones of Georgia: Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi, Rustavi, Gori and Zugdidi.
With 634 191 bearers, Tania is the 9th most common feminine given name in Bangladesh (2014 Data).

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I like both spellings of Tanya and Tania.
Prefer it with a Y.
This is the spelling that Patty Hearst used when she went by "Tania" during her time with the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA).
In 2018, 17 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Tania who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1, 210th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
I think that out of all the versions to spell "Tanya", this and Tonia in my opinion are the prettiest. Then again, Tanya in general is a pretty name!
Tania is alternative spelling of Taniya. It is an Indian name. It is of Indian, Tamil, Telugu, Nepali, Sinhala, Marathi, Gujarati origin name. It is derived from the Sanskrit/ Hindi word taan तान which means tone... hence Tania /Taniya means related to tone, object of sense. In Hindi it is written as ( तानीया )
Tania Luiz is an Indian-born Australian badminton player. At the age of nine, Luiz moved with her family to Melbourne, Australia, where she obtained a dual citizenship. She started playing badminton three years later, and went on to represent Australia at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, coincidentally in her home city. She defeated South Africa's Michelle Edwards and Fiji's Karyn Whiteside in the preliminary rounds, before losing out her third match to New Zealand's Rachel Hindley, with a score of 7–21 and 12–21.

Luiz qualified for the women's doubles at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, by placing fifteenth and receiving a continental spot for Oceania from the Badminton World Federation's ranking list. Luiz and her partner Eugenia Tanaka lost the preliminary round match to Japanese pair Miyuki Maeda and Satoko Suetsuna, with a score of 4–21 and 8–21.

Shortly after the Olympics, Luiz was selected as the member of the Badminton World Federation's Athletes Commission, along with five other athletes, including Guatemala's Pedro Yang.
The name Tania was given to 154 girls born in the US in 2015.
I love this name however I MUCH prefer the spelling Tanya.
This is my cousins name. I totally agree that an I is better then the Y. Tania is actually used a lot in Ukraine and Slovakia and that's how we got it. Sweet name!
Tania Raymonde (born 1988 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actress.
It is also an Italian name. The Italian pronunciation is TAH-nyah. [noted -ed]
I like Tanya so much more than this.
Tania Gabrielle French is a Pythagorean numerologist as well as a composer.
I have read that other names have derived from Tania, such as, Tanya and Tonya. And Of course Tania derived from Tatiana which has meaning of a saints name but also meaning of a Fairy Queen.
A much better/more accurate spelling of Tanya.
Tania is a short form of Titania, the Fairy Queen from Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
A bearer of the name is Tania the main character from the book "Taniecika" by Ludmila Ulitkaia, a Russian writer.

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