Sia

Sia Meaning and Origin

Sia is a name with roots in different cultures: In Greek, Sia is derived from the Greek name “Sophia,” which means “wisdom.” In Swahili, Sia means “potent” or “powerful.” In Italian, Sia is a form of the name “Giacomina,” a feminine variant of “Giacomo” (James). Sia has gained popularity as both a given name and a surname in recent years. It has become more recognized internationally due to cultural influences and its association with certain public figures. One notable association with the name Sia is the Australian singer-songwriter Sia Kate Isobelle Furler, known mononymously as Sia. She rose to prominence with hits like “Chandelier,” “Elastic Heart,” and “Cheap Thrills.”

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