All over the world, Lea (Lea , לאה , ليا , and others...) is a widespread female first name. The given name Lea is habitual in Croatia, where it is a common girly name, Reunion, and Lebanon (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, this name is the most popular in Philippines, the United States, and Brazil. Very seldom, Lea is the last name as well as the forename.
Lea is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Lea||Philippines, Germany, Brazil, United States, France|
|ليا||Libya, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Iran|
|Лиа||Russia, Armenia, Bulgaria, Belarus, Kazakhstan|
|Леа||Kazakhstan, Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine|
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Lea is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Leah , the Biblical matriarch, Genesis 35; Sheldon Cooper , the Fictional character in The Big Bang Theory; Leah Clearwater , character in Twilight; Lea Starck , the fictional character from Lindenstraße and Leah Estrogen , the secondary character of the 2001 film Osmosis Jones, and in many other works.
|lea di roma fourth-century saint in the Roman Catholic Church based on the authority of Jerome, IT (b. 350)|
|ráskay lea Hungarian woman scholar and Dominican nun, HU (b. 1401)|
|lea bartha van osch (b. 1684)|
|lea mendelssohn bartholdy (1777-1842), DE (b. 1777)|
|mathew carey lea American chemist, US (b. 1823)|
|lea ahlborn Swedish artist (1826—1897), SE (b. 1826)|
|lea English cricketer (1785-?), GB (b. 1785)|
|pryor lea American politician (1794-1879), US (b. 1794)|
|lea pusey (b. 1785)|
|lea birch English cricketer, GB (b. 1798)|
|lea fatur Slovene writer (1865-1943), SI (b. 1865)|
|langdon lea American football player and coach (1874-1937), US (b. 1874)|
|lea demarest taylor American social worker (1883-1975) (b. 1883)|
|lea giunchi Italian actress (1884-1938), IT (b. 1884)|
|lea luboshutz Russian violinist (1885–1965), US (b. 1885)|
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