More info about the name "Amélia"
Amelia is one of the animal characters from the film “The Aristocrats”. She is a goose with a British accent. This old-fashioned female Disney character name has slowly, but steadily, come out of the attic. In fact, it is more popular now than it was in our grandmas’ days. The daring aviator Amelia Earhart is also a popular namesake. Amelia means ‘work’.This old-fashioned variation of the ever-popular Emily is far more distinctive than its source. It is the most sophisticated; a-ending that makes it sound so cool.This old-fashioned variation of the ever-popular Emily is far more distinctive than its source. It is the most sophisticated; a-ending that makes it sound so cool.Amelia is a variant of Amalia. Amalia originates in Germanic languages and means "hard-working". Throughout history, Amalia was a popular feminine given name of royalty, especially in the Netherlands and Scandinavian countries. A famous bearer of the name Amelia was Amelia Earhart, the first woman to make a solo flight over the Atlantic Ocean. Also, Saint Amelia is the patron saint of farmers, fishermen and those who suffer from pain in the arm or shoulder.