Delia Pronunciation deal uh Gender Female Origin Word/Name English
Meaning of delos (greek) Other names Related names Cordelia
Delia or Deelia or Delyais is a female given name of English, Italian, Spanish, Greek and Romanian origin. It means "person from Delos".
Meaning and origin
Delia is of Greek origin and its meaning is "from Delos." The island of Delos was Artemis's birthplace. Delia is a very popular female first name and very popular surname (source; 1990 U.S. Census).
- Delia, a short form of Adelia
- Delia, a short form of Cordelia
- DeLía, German pop singer
- Delia Derbyshire, British composer
- Delia Ephron, writer
- Delia Florea, a Romanian dancer from TV satire show Cronica Cârcotaşilor
- Delia Gonzalez, American boxer
- Delia Green, reported inspiration for the title character of several traditional American blues songs
- Delia Matache, Romanian pop singer
- Delia Pacheco, German born Baroness, an artist and more notably being the Girl on the Sun-Maid Raisin box since 1970
- Delia Parodi, Argentine politician
- Delia Paramitha, Indonesian dangdut singer and actress
- Delia Septianti, Indonesian singer, actress, and news presenter
- Delia Smith, English cookery writer, responsible for the "Delia effect"
- Delia Safonts, Cuban designer
- Delia Brown, a character played by Vivien Cardone on the TV show Everwood
- Delia Banks, a character played by Camryn Manheim on the TV show Ghost Whisperer
- Delia, Alberta, a village in Starland County
- Delia, Sicily, a comune in the Province of Caltanissetta
- United States
- Delia, Kansas, a city in Jackson County
- 395 Delia, an asteroid
- Delia (clothing), a historical item of apparel of Polish nobility
- Delia (crater), a minor crater on the moon
- Delia (festival), an ancient Greek festival
- Delia (genus), a genus of flies
- Delia's, a clothing manufacturer and catalogue
- The Delia Group of Schools, an education organisation in Hong Kong
- Delia (song) a traditional American folk/blues song
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