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Origin: Georgia
Region Origin: Western Asia

Sonia is a girl's given name of Slavic origin, acting as a variant spelling of Sonya. It is derived from the Greek name Sophia, which means "wisdom". In ancient mythology, Sophia was a Greek goddess of great intelligence, skill, and wisdom. The name Sonia has been used in various forms across different cultures, including Russia, the West, Iran, and South Asia. The name Sonia has multiple spellings and pronunciations due to its widespread usage. In Scandinavian countries, the name is often spelled as "Sonja" with the letter 'J'. In many English-speaking countries, it is spelled as "Sonia" or "Sonya". The name gained popularity in the English-speaking world through characters in novels such as "Crime and Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky and "Sonia: Between Two Worlds" by Stephen McKenna.

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