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Name Analysis

GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: English, Greek, German, Ancient Greek
OTHER SCRIPTS: Σοφια (Greek)
PRONOUNCED: so-FEE-ə (English), sə-FIE-ə (British English), zo-FEE-a (German)

Sophia means “wisdom” in Greek. This was the name of an early, probably mythical, saint who died of grief after her three daughters were martyred during the reign of the emperor Hadrian. Legends about her probably arose as a result of a medieval misunderstanding of the phrase Hagia Sophia “Holy Wisdom”, which is the name of a large basilica in Constantinople. This name was common among continental European royalty during the Middle Ages, and it was popularized in Britain by the German House of Hanover when they inherited the British throne in the 18th century. It was the name of characters in the novels ‘Tom Jones’ (1749) by Henry Fielding and ‘The Vicar of Wakefield’ (1766) by Oliver Goldsmith. A famous bearer is the Italian actress Sophia Loren (1934-). (From Behind the name)

Name Information
Sophia is a part of the 7-7-5 Name Combination, with Donald Jason Morgan Amelia Olivia Robina Alyson Ashton Joelle Madeleine Sonja Sophia Carlos Marco Brandon Renata. (From Miracle of Names)

This is an adventuresome, quiet, deep and intense influence. These people will quickly respond to any form of repression or injustice. Theirs is a life of profound creativity or extreme frustration with their outward circumstances. They seek to escape from a life of conformity and mediocrity. This is a restless influence that is bound to a search for excitement or for a greater meaning to life without ever satisfying either.

On the one hand they desire peace of mind and a life away from the encroaching mass, while being driven by an insatiable urge for action, answers, and new experiences. Further fields always look greener and more inviting to their restless spirit. There is little potential for stability and success in this quality, in the normal sense.

They must develop their creative side or suffer the inner turmoil that results from not fitting into the mold. If there has been sufficient discipline in their lives they could almost accomplish the impossible, otherwise the dynamic urge will be channelled along avenues of travel, excitement and sometimes rather questionable pursuits.

They fear nothing when awakened to a challenge. The drive to succeed is powerful when properly directed but destructive if their anger is aroused. When their strong sense of justice has been violated they will fight because they will not be put down. They are extremely independent souls who refuse to do another’s bidding.

Their independence and solitary way make it difficult for them in marriage. Bouts of antisocial behaviour and moods of depression are not uncommon. Going off into the woods, hiking and exploring is the way that they can regain their composure and their energy. They can excel in sports or anything that provides a challenge.

Their minds are deep and quick but overly reactive. They may not have a great deal to say, but what they do express is to the point. There is no mincing of words. They can be critical and outspoken at the drop of a hat.

They are so sensitive and finely tuned to truth and justice that any form of suppression will cause them to react. This negative influence is difficult for them to control. They are their own worst enemy when they are depressed and can be very hard on themselves as well as others when this occurs.

Through the bitterness of their personal experiences they are driven to ask the question “Why?”. They could travel the expanse of the earth looking for answers to their questions and still never find peace of mind because of their low threshold for boredom. Their need for new experiences and new challenges undermines their capacity for stability and the time required to fully digest their studies along any particular avenue of thought.

They are susceptible to stomach problems as well as suffering in the heart lung and bronchial area. Moods of depression can be their undoing.

Character traits associated with the name:
With the name Sophia, one is given an eagerness for knowledge and an intense desire to do something worthwhile in life. Being clever, imaginative, and analytical, they do very well in the activities that hold their attention. They long for freedom from restrictions and for outlets for their restless qualities, and cannot tolerate drudgery and monotony. It is not easy for them to take advice, subsequently; they tend to work alone or independently. They suffer inner turmoil and moods at times especially when you feel misunderstood, and being extremely sensitive, they are easily hurt and offended. Their quiet intensity is difficult for others to understand and thus, they are on guard for fear of being ridiculed or criticized. Loving the outdoors, they enjoy outside activities and the beauty of nature in its many facets. Many people do not realize that they have a depth to their nature resulting from having thought a lot about life in many facets.