Origin:Hebrew
Popularity:689
Meaning:heaven's dew or lamb
Sylvester Stallone’s “Rocky” blew up American movie screens in 1976. A year later, the name Talia—a name that’s at least 400 years old—landed on the baby-name charts for the first time. That may very well be attributed to actress Talia Shire, Stallone’s costar. (She was the Adrienne of “Yo, Adrienne!” fame.) Pronounced TAL-ya, it’s a simple and lovely name to give your baby girl. Its origins are likely Hebrew, but it could also be a shortened version of the elegant Russian name Natalia.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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