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Gender: F Pronunciation: THAH-lee-ah; Meaning of Thalia: "to flourish" Origin of Thalia: Greek Thalia's Popularity in 2014: #741

Thalia was one of the Three Graces in Greek mythology, and also the Muse of comedy and pastoral poetry, making this a Hellenic choice well worthy of consideration.

In the Rick Riordan series Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Thalia Grace is the demigod daughter of Zeus. Thalia was also a character on Everwood.

The single-named Mexican singer Thalia was born Ariadne Thalia Sodi Miranda.

Thalia entered the list in 1932 and reached its height of Number 363 in 1993. Although still far from this peak, it has been on the rise for a few years, reaching Number 741 in 2014.

Famous People Named Thalia

Thalia, Mexican singer, actress (born Ariadna Thalia Sodi Miranda)

Pop Culture References for the name Thalia

Thalia Grace, daughter of Zeus and lieutenant of Artemis from the Percy Jackson & the Olympians' and Heroes of Olympus series
Thalia Thompson, character on TV's "Everwood"
Thalia, Greek muse of comedy

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