Female, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Amalia is the Latinized form of Germanic Amala from Germanic element amal meaning “work”, connoting the idea of industriousness and fertility, and is also a variant of the name Amelia.

OriginProto-Germanic; Proto-Indo-European

Meaning: “work, labor”

Usage: Ancient Germanic (Latinized), Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Greek, Swedish, Dutch, German, English



  • Amalie (Norwegian, Danish, German)
  • Amalija (Lithuanian, Slovene, Croatian)
  • Amelija (Lithuanian)
  • Amelia (English, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Dutch, German, Ancient Germanic)
  • Amelie (German)
  • Amélie (French)
  • Émeline (French)
  • Emelia (English)
  • Amilia (English)
  • Amelina (Ancient Germanic)
  • Amálie (Czech)
  • Amália (Portuguese, Hungarian, Slovak)
  • Amélia (Portuguese)
  • Emmeline (English)
  • Emmaline (English)
  • Emmalyn (English)

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