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Gender: Female Meaning of Aviana: "bird" Origin of Aviana: Variation of Avis, Latin Aviana's Popularity in 2018: #394

Aviana Origin and Meaning

The name Aviana is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "bird".

Aviana is a name that's kinda like the megapopular Ava, and kinda like the popular Ariana, and not quite as widely appealing as either of them. But it's on everyone's scope now as the choice of actress Amy Adams for her new daughter -- ironic as she was quoted as saying she wanted a "normal" name. Turns out that Adams was born in Aviano, Italy, explaining the mystery. The first syllable of the name can be pronounced ah, ay, or (most commonly) to rhyme with have.

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Popularity

Rank in US: #394

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Comments

Daiseymae Says:

2018-09-16T23:50:36

This reminds me of "avionics".

Haids1987 Says:

2018-07-25T20:55:42

That's pretty! I said AY-vee-ahn-uh, but both are really lovely regardless. What a beautiful name!

bordercollie Says:

2017-08-30T21:35:30

Aviana is such a gorgeous, dainty name.

Starelli Says:

2017-08-27T14:58:06

Guilty pleasure!

pam Says:

2016-10-19T17:31:35

Great points @fluffykitten101. But I wonder whether feeling trendy and actually being trendy are really different things -- I honestly can't decide! Could be a good topic for a blog. Let me know if you want to write it!!

Fluffykitten101 Says:

2016-10-19T15:20:22

Aviana is one of those names that sounds and looks trendy but really isn't as popular as it would first seem. While it is on the rise, it isn't nearly as popular as Ariana and Ava. Other names that I personally believe fit in this category are Lilia, Emmeline, Amelie, Rhiannon, Emilia and Kenna. They all seem familiar, but not ultra popular.

Yessica Says:

2015-12-20T04:07:55

ah-vee-ahn-a????

Tonjae Says:

2015-07-26T02:01:02

This is my daughter's name and I love it! I pronounce it with a short a as well.

Guest Says:

2014-08-06T15:10:12

Amy Adams pronounces it with a soft ah.