Amias

Amias Meaning and Origin

Amias is a boy’s name of French origin, meaning: “from Amiens France.” A local name for someone from Amiens in France. Alternatively, the name Amias is of Latin origin and means “beloved” or “loved.” It is derived from the Latin word “amatus,” which translates to “loved” or “beloved.” The name Amias has its roots in Latin and can be traced back to medieval times. It was a name used in various European countries and gained popularity in England during the Middle Ages. The name Amias has seen a resurgence in recent years, particularly in English-speaking countries. While it was not among the most popular names historically, it has gained attention due to its classic and melodic sound. 

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