Thalia

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Gender: F Pronunciation: THAH-lee-ah; Meaning of Thalia: "to flourish" Origin of Thalia: Greek Thalia's Popularity in 2016: #809

Thalia was one of the Three Graces in Greek mythology, and also the Muse of comedy and pastoral poetry, making this a Hellenic choice 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 had a one-off appearance on the list in 1932 and then reentered the US Top 1000 in 1992, reaching its height of Number 363 in 1993. Although still far from this peak, it has been mostly on the rise for the past few years, hitting Number 809 in 2016.

Famous People Named Thalia

(Ariadna) Thalia Sodi Miranda, Mexican singer and actress
Thalia Zedek, American singer and guitarist of Live Skull, Uzi and Come
Thalia Pellegrini, British TV presenter
Thalia Janina Munro, American water polo player
Thalia Flora-Karavia, Greek sketch artist
Thalia Field, American novelist
Thalia Besson (b. 2001), daughter of director Luc Besson
Thalia Tatiana Eugenie Lily Marie Chandler (b. 2008), great-granddaughter of Princess Eugenie of Greece and Denmark

Pop Culture References for the name Thalia

Thalia, Greek muse of comedy and one of the three Graces
Thalia Grace, character in the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series
Thalia Thompson, character on TV's "Everwood"
Thalia Blanco, character on British TV series "Shameless"

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