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Urania

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Gender: Female Meaning of Urania: "heavenly" Origin of Urania: Greek

The name Urania is a girl's name of Greek origin meaning "heavenly". Urania and is often added to lists like Names with Inspirational Meanings and discussed in our forums with posts like "AB, BC, CD, DE, EF, FG, GH....GIRLS".

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The name of one of the Greek Muses would be really difficult to bear here on earth.

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Pop Culture References for the name Urania

Uraniya, Uranya, Urainia, Ouranie, Ourania, Uranie

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Ceeeceee Says:

2016-11-12T22:58:03

So... ur anus?

I love the name. But that's a guilty pleasure name.

juliabrowneyes Says:

2015-07-27T05:57:47

Well it's more wearable than Uranus.

DearestJules Says:

2014-08-03T06:13:15

And the "ur" beginning reminds me a little bit of the name Ursula.

DearestJules Says:

2014-08-03T06:12:21

Makes me think of Uranus.

NaomiNY Says:

2014-08-03T05:55:49

Makes me think of Uranium for some reason.

Guest Says:

2014-08-03T03:15:44

Not in America at least.

purplehaze Says:

2014-05-31T17:10:41

My mom is named Uranía and its one of the most beautiful names I've heard. It's not popular so when someone talks about Uranía ___, everyone knows who she is. And honestly, the description thingie that says it would be "difficult to bear a muse's name here on Earth" is totally wrong; yes, my mom didn't like her name at first, but as she grew older she understood the beautiful meaning and took the uniqueness to her advantage. And yes, we're Greek.

Myosotis Says:

2014-05-21T13:24:45

I'm really starting to crush on this name. I love the meaning, the fact she's the Muse of astronomy in Greek mythology, and I think it's far enough away from Uranus to use at least as a middle.