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Correct spelling: amelia

Definition of amelia:

  1. Congenital absence of the extremities.

Common misspellings for amelia:


Amelia \a-me-lia\

industrious, striving; work
Amelia as a girl's name is pronounced a-MEEL-yah. It is of Latin and Old German origin, and the meaning of Amelia is "industrious, striving; work". Blend of two medieval names: the Latin Emilia (see Emily) and the Latin German Amalia, meaning "work". An 18th-century Princess Amelia brought the name to Britain. Henry Fielding may possibly have first coined it for the heroine of his novel "Amelia" (1751), though forms such as Meelia, Amaly, and Aemelia existed since the 17th century. Dress reformer Amelia Bloomer; aviatrix Amelia Earhart.
Related names:
Amalida, Lia, Neneca.
Amala, Amalida, Lia, Neneca, Amel, Emelia, Amilya, Amillia, Amiliya, Emeli, Emelea, Emalia, Aemilia, Jamelia.
Amilia, Amy, Delia, Emeline, Emma, Emmeline, emmy, Malia, melia, em, Amalia, Amalya, Amaly, Amalea, Amalita, Amelita, Amalyta, Amaleta, Aemelia, Aimiliona, Amalee, Amalie, Amalija, Amalina, Amaline, Amaliya, Amalyna, Amalyne, Amelie, Amelina, Ameline, Ameliya, Amelya, Amelyna, Amelyne, Amelyta, Emelie, Emelina, Emelita, Emmie, mali, Malika, Meelia, Meline, Millie, Milly.

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Quotes for amelia:

  1. Later, I became the manager for Amelia Earhart, until, well, you know.
  2. I met a congressman who claimed that he could introduce me to two people who saw Amelia Earhart.