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Gender: Female Meaning of Camelia: "young ceremonial attendant", "young ceremonial attendant", "Kamel's flower" Origin of Camelia: Spanish variation of Camilla, Latin, Flower name, from Czech surname

Camelia Origin and Meaning

Romanian variation of Camila.

Romanian variation of Camilla.

Variation of Camellia

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cheesy-biscuit Says:

2018-03-19T12:56:42

I love this name but I don't like the fact is has Camel in it.

Essa Says:

2014-11-22T11:52:25

This name reminds me of chameleons. Much prefer Amelia and even Camilla, though I'm not a huge fan.

Essa Says:

2014-11-22T11:50:21

I disagree! 'ia' is so often pronounced as 'ya', particularly in Amelia, it just sounds like your saying 'ee-uh' really fast. I wouldn't say 'ya' in Maia though, it's My-uh not My-yuh.

Zoey_Artemisia Says:

2014-11-22T09:03:07

It's like a mix of Camilla and Amelia, I prefer this over the other two. It doesn't sound as snobby.

jordalini Says:

2014-11-22T06:14:47

I know someone with this name, and she pronounces it like Amelia, I think your pronunciation would be confusing, because is does not make a ya sound in English when following a L. The ya sound only happens when following an A like Maia, or an E like Leia. The ee-uh sound always follows a consonant, whereas the ya follows a vowel.
In addition the pronunciation you have given sounds very disjointed, if you really like it, you can coach everyone to say it how how you want, but I think this name has a pretty obvious pronunciation.

Waverly123 Says:

2014-11-22T05:52:45

I think it's so pretty! How do you pronounce it though? Google says "kuh-mEE-lee-uh" Like Amelia with a C in front. I wonder if kuh-mel-ee-uh or kuh-mel-ya would work too.

EvaThyssen Says:

2014-11-10T02:22:21

I fell in love with this name after reading Virgins of Paradise, by Barbara Wood. It's so unique!