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Gender: F Meaning of Aria: "air; lioness" Origin of Aria: Italian; Hebrew Aria's Popularity in 2015: #29

The light and airy Aria is an operatic choice moving quickly up the charts and also a current favorite on Nameberry. Aria entered the list in 2000 and has risen since then to the Top 30.

Television is definitely helping to popularize the name, with a character on Pretty Little Liars named Aria and Game of Thrones featuring a young heroine named Arya.

Aria is also a saint's name.

Famous People Named Aria

Saint Aria, ancient Roman martyr
Aria Summer Wallace, American actress
Aria Noelle Curzon, American actress
Aria Giovanni, American actress and model
Aria Johnson, American singer-songwriter
Aria Alpert, American actress; daughter of bandleader Herb Alpert
Aria Asia Maria Vittoria Rossa Argento, birth name of Italian actress Asia Argento
Aria Marie, daughter of YouTuber britneyandbaby
Aria Grandi (b. 2007), daughter of skier Sara Renner and Thomas Grandi
Aria Idowu (b. 2015), daughter of British athlete Phillips Idowu
Aria Autenrieth (b. 2014), daughter of actress and singer Alisan Porter and Brian Autenrieth
Aria Pettis (b. 2011), daughter of mixed martial artist Anthony Pettis
Aria Lian Wells, daughter of singer-songwriter Tyrone Wells

Pop Culture References for the name Aria

Aria Blaze, Character on animated series "Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks"
Aria Marie Montgomery, character on TV's 'Pretty Little Liars'
Aria T'Loak, character in the Mass Effect video game series
Aria, character in "Under the Never Sky" by Veronica Rossi
Aria Torres, character on TV's 'Grey's Anatomy'
"Aria," manga series by Kozue Amano
"Aria of the Sea," novel by Dia Calhoun
ARIA, acronym for the Australian Recording Industry Association