Of Greek origin.

In Italian means air.

Derives from the ancient Greek word “ἀήρ”, meaning air.

Aria is also a song or melody, part of an opera. It is a solo that allows a character to express their feeling and thoughts during a scene.

Some sources associate the name with Acacallis, daughter of Minos, king of Crete and Pasiphae.

It was also an epithet of two Greek goddesses, Athena and Aphrodite.

Aria is a rather uncommon name and it came in use during the 20th century.

Since the 2000 the name has been continuously rising in popularity in the United States, from #957 to #31 last year.

Aria is also a popular name in Canada and New Zealand.

Famous bearers are Aria Wallace, Aria Noelle Curzon.