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Pamelia is a modern English baby girl’s name that is derived from the name Pamela. Pamelia was briefly popular in the middle of the 20th century but never found the same popularity as Pamela. With its similarities to the name Amelia, Pamelia has promise as a unique and lovely name.

Meaning of the name Pamelia:

English: all sweetness

Origin of the name Pamelia:

Pamelia is a modern English baby girl’s name that is an elaboration of the name Pamela with influence from the name Amelia. Pamela was a name invented by 16th century poet Sir Philip Sidney for use in his poem “Arcadia”.

Symbolism of the name Pamelia:

Pamelia is associated with the poem “Arcadia”. The poem depicts an elaborate, idyllic pastoral romance and is associated with images of the countryside such as rolling farmland, flowers, and cottages.

Style of the name Pamelia:

modern

Gender of the name Pamelia:

Pamelia is a girl's baby name.

Pronunciation of the name Pamelia:

PAM-ə-lə-uh

Number of syllables in the name Pamelia:

four

Emotion evoked from the name Pamelia:

Pamelia evokes feelings of elegance and kindness.

Alternative spellings for the name Pamelia:

Pamelya, Pamliah, Pamillia

Nicknames for the name Pamelia:

Popularity of the name Pamelia:

According to the Social Security Administration, Pamelia is an uncommon baby girl’s name. Pamelia has appeared in the top 1000 baby names in two years: 1949 and 1954. It peaked at #940.

Related names for the name Pamelia:

Great middle names for the name Pamelia and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Pamelia:

  • Pamelia Stickney Kurstin (American theremin player)
  • Pamela Anderson (Canadian-American actress, model, television personality, and author)
  • Pamela M. Lee (American art historian and professor)

Pamelias in popular culture:

  • Pamelia Lake, Oregon (city in Oregon, USA)
  • Pamela Douglas (television, “The Bold and the Beautiful”)
  • Pamela Ibis (video games, Atelier series)
  • Dr. Pamela Lillian Isley or Poison Ivy (media, DC comics)