Other Origin(s):Spanish
Meaning:Of Anthea; Flowery; Of Theia; Goddess; Of Tia; Aunt
Thia is an adorable short form with multiple origins and beauty to spare. It takes after the Greek names Anthea, meaning "flowery," and Theia, after the Greek Titan and "goddess" of sight. Given that it's a nickname, Thia may also take after Dorthea, Mattea, and Timothea, all of which have godly meanings rooted in mythology and the Hebrew bible. It's also a letter away from Tia, a Spanish respelling that translates to "aunt." Naming baby Thia will inspire them to choose their own path, follow their instinct, and possibly plant a tree or two.
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