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Gender: F Origin of Astoria: Place name

Long more associated with the New York Waldorf- hotel and the neighborhood in Queens than as a baby name, Astoria is finally beginning to emerge from their shadow and find favor with parents looking to move beyond Brooklyn. The name Astoria is drawn from the surname of titan of industry John Jacob Astor, theorized to mean "hawk."

Famous People Named Astoria

Pop Culture References for the name Astoria

Astoria Greengrass, 'Harry Potter' character; married to Draco Malfoy and mother of Scorpius
Astoria, a city in northwestern Oregon, US; established in 1811 and named in honour of German-born American fur trader and property millionaire John Jacob Astor (1763-1848)
Astoria, wife of Waldorf from The Muppet Show
Astoria, a distant land in the game "Dark Souls"
Astoria, the fourth studio album recorded by Canadian rock band Marianas Trench. It was released on October 23, 2015 through 604 Records (in Canada) and Cherrytree Records and Interscope Records (internationally).