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As you might imagine, Stacia is a variation of Stacy or a shortened form of Anastasia. The Greek name was popular during the 1910s and again between the 1960s and 1990s. These days, baby girls are more likely to have a mom or even a grandma with the name, but we could see it making a comeback. Pair it with a more current middle name like Olivia, Harper, Madison, or Luna to bring it into the 21st century.

Meaning of the name Stacia:

Greek: Resurrection

Origin of the name Stacia:

Stacia is a shortened form of the more popular name Anastasia, which comes from the Greek word “anastais,” which means “resurrection.”

Symbolism of the name Stacia:

Stacia means “resurrection,” so some new parents may find some symbolism there. It could also be a choice to honor a mother, grandmother, or other loved one named Anastasia.

Style of the name Stacia:


Gender of the name Stacia:

Stacia is a girl's name.

Pronunciation of the name Stacia:


Number of syllables in the name Stacia:


Emotion evoked from the name Stacia:

Stacia evokes images of someone who is level-headed and successful.

Alternative spellings for the name Stacia:

  • Stasia
  • Stasha

Nicknames for the name Stacia:

  • Stace

Popularity of the name Stacia:

According to the Social Security Administration, Stacia has been a top 1,000 baby name for girls on and off through the years. It ranked several times during the 1910s and came back between the 1960s and 1990s. It was most popular in 1971 when it ranked at number 578. It last ranked at number 998 in 1992.

Related names for the name Stacia:

Great middle names for Stacia and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Stacia:

  • Stacia Blake (artist and dancer)
  • Stacia Napierkowska (French actress and dancer)
  • Stacia Kane (author)
  • Stacia Pierce (reality TV star)
  • Stacia Hookom (snowboarder)

Stacias in popular culture:

  • Stacia Miller (character from “The Immortals” books and franchise)
  • Stacia (character from “Sword Art Online: War of Underworld”)
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