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Thalia Line breaks: Tha¦lia
Pronunciation: /ˈθeɪlɪə/
/θəˈlʌɪə/ /ˈtɑːlɪə/

Definition of Thalia in English:

1 Greek & Roman Mythology The Muse of comedy.
2 Greek Mythology One of the Graces.

Origin

Greek, literally 'rich, plentiful'.

Words that rhyme with Thalia

Australia, azalea, bacchanalia, Castalia, dahlia, echolalia, genitalia, inter alia, Lupercalia, Mahalia, marginalia, paraphernalia, regalia, Saturnalia, Westphalia

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