Amalia may be a Germanic name for a hard-working girl, but it’s roots stem way back to Latin times. Today, it’s most commonly used in Germany and Scandinavia, while sister names Amelia and Amélie frequently grace the charts in English and French-speaking areas. What better way to make baby Amalia feel like a true princess than giving her a noble name that often pops up in royal families all across Europe? With her name rooted in perseverance and an energetic diligence, this little girl is sure to achieve big things, just like the authors, actors, and artists that share her melodic appellation.
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