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Forename Amália

Throughout the world, Amália (Amalia Indonesia Mexico Argentina Philippines Spain, Amália Brazil Spain Romania Germany United States, Αμαλία Greece) is a widespread feminine first name. The first name Amália is characteristic of Greece, where it is a common feminine name, Argentina, and Georgia (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, it most frequently occurs in Mexico, Argentina, and Indonesia. Also, Amália is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Amália

name Амели, name מלכה, name אמיליה, name 艾米莉亚, name 艾米丽, name Amalia, name إميليا, name Malka, name Amalie, name Amélie, name أمالي, name Amelia, name Амелия, name Αμαλία, name עמליה, name Амалія, name Амалия, name Amelie, name Amália
Amalia Philippines, Argentina, Spain, Mexico, Indonesia
Amália Romania, Germany, Spain, Brazil, United States
Αμαλία Greece

First name Amália in the context

Amália is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Amalia Sheran Sharm , the plant-associated character in the Wakfu franchise; Amalia , the Reverie character; Amalia , the operatic character in the opera Das Schloß by Aribert Reimann; Amalia , the operatic character in the opera Mala vita by Umberto Giordano; Annetiello's wife and Vito's mistress and Amalia , the operatic character in the opera I masnadieri by Giuseppe Verdi; Orphaned niece of Massimiliano, among other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of bezerédj amália bezerédj amália bezerédj amália Hungarian writer, HU (b. 1804) link
esterházy amália Hungarian noblewoman (1776–1817), HU (b. 1776) link
picture of szákfy-szabó amália szákfy-szabó amália szákfy-szabó amália Hungarian actress, HU (b. 1830) link
picture of amália dos passos figueiroa amália dos passos figueiroa amália dos passos figueiroa Brazilian journalist (1845-1878), BR (b. 1845) link
picture of amália luazes amália luazes amália luazes Portuguese writer (1865-1938), PT (b. 1865) link
csiszár amália Hungarian writer, HU (b. 1815) link
hetényi amália Hungarian actress, HU (b. 1842) link
keresztesi amália Hungarian actress, HU (b. 1853) link
amália csillag Hungarian actress (1864–1920), HR (b. 1864) link
picture of amália rodrigues amália rodrigues amália rodrigues Portuguese recording artist, fado singer, actress (1920-1999), PT (b. 1920) link
amália cintra matarazzo BR (b. 1885) link
amália xavier de oliveira BR (b. 1904) link
amália tóthné nagy (b. 1907) link
mozsolics amália HU (b. 1910) link
amália max Brazilian writer (1929-2014), BR (b. 1929) link

Characteristic surnames

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