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Enid Blyton’s book, ‘Naughty Amelia Jane’ was a childhood favourite of mine. I loved it not only for the fun story about a mischievous little doll named Amelia Jane, but for my beautiful older sister Amelia who actually owned the aforementioned book.
In Australia, the name Amelia is becoming increasingly popular (#12 in Australia). In the last couple of years, I’ve known quite a few parents who’ve assigned the name Amelia as a first or second name to their newborn daughters. Each time, I have been extra excited and happy for the lucky parents for choosing such a gorgeous name.
The name Amelia springs to mind an extremely graceful and pretty girl. A lady that is clever, yet humble and kind. A woman who could be your very best friend and would make the most wonderful mother, daughter or wife.
Amelia is a charmingly classic and very lady-like name that means ‘Worker of the Lord’ in Hebrew and ‘Industrious, admiring’ in Latin American.
My sister is a person who will go out of her way to please others. She is generous, kind, friendly, has impeccable interpersonal and communication skills and a dedicated work ethic. She is extremely creative with a flair for art and music. She is a loving and attentive mother and a loyal wife.
In name numerology, the A of Amelia is a 1 in numerology and this represents communication and independence. Often people with A, J and S names are found to be leaders (whatever they do). The full name of Amelia is calculated as a 6, which means that women named Amelia have a tendency to be family oriented, love the home, are fair and seek justice, are loving and caring, charming and charistmatic, emotional, artistic and beauty loving, and a friend to everyone.
When I think of the name Amelia, I imagine a cotton fabric that is a dusty rose colour with hints of gold around the border.
Some pretty names that are similar to, or are great nicknames for Amelia are: Emily, Amelie (have you seen the French Film, ‘Amelie’? – The title character is the personification of this delightful and oh-so-feminine name), Emilia, Emilie, Mia, Lia, Milly, Millie and Milla.
Jane, Grace, Mary, Kate, Daisy, Solange, Blyth, Rose, Eve, Louise, and Celeste
Sisters: Grace, Hannah, Celeste, Isobel, Mary and Fiona
Brothers: Jacob, Christian, Harry, Caleb, Lucas, and Nicholas
Do you know of any Amelias? Are you an Amelia? Tell us what the name means to you!