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Gender: F Meaning of Lilia: "lily" Origin of Lilia: Russian Lilia's Popularity in 2016: #991

One of a group of pretty double L names, Lilia is more unusual and distinctive than some others. Truly cross-cultural, the lilting Lilia is heard in the Russian, Spanish, Hebrew, and Hawaiian communities and would be a good choice for a child born to parents of different ethnicities.

Lilia Skala was an Austrian-born Oscar-nominated actress.

Famous People Named Lilia

Lilia Podkopayeva, Ukrainian Olympic gymnast
Lilia Osterloh, American tennis player
Lilia Skala, Austrian-American actress
Lilia Kopylova, Russian dancer
Lilia Prado, Mexican actress
Lilia Cuntapay, Filipina actress
Lília Cabral, Brazilian actress
Lilia Izquierdo, Cuban Olympic volleyball player
Lilia Abadjieva, Bulgarian theater director
Lilia al-Atrash, Syrian actress
Lilia Carrillo, Mexican painter
Lilia Estrin Dallin, Latvian Trotskyist
Lilia Dizon, Filipina actress
Lilia Gildeeva, Russian television journalist
Lilia Luciano, Puerto Rican television journalist
Lilia Michel, Mexican actress
Lilia Stepanova, Moldovan contortionist and TV personality
Lilia Jean Esquilin (b. 2010), daughter of American family vlogger Jessica Skube (Jesssfam on YouTube)

Pop Culture References for the name Lilia

Lilia, Latin for "lilies" (the plural of lilium "a lily")
Lilia Herriton, character in E. M. Forster's 1905 novel 'Where Angels Fear to Tread'
Lilia, Joshua's love interest in Cecil B. DeMille's 'The Ten Commandments' (1956)
"Lilia," song by Royz

Lilia's International Variations

Liliosa, Liliela (Spanish)