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Lydia may also refer to:
- Lydia, an Iron Age kingdom of western Asia Minor
- Lydia, Louisiana, United States
- Lydia, is a village in the Kavala regional unit, East Macedonia and Thrace, Greece.
- Lydia, an alternate name for Floe, West Virginia, United States
- 110 Lydia, an asteroid
- Lydia (band), an indie rock band
- Lydia, a 1974 album by the American band Cold Blood
- "Lydia (song)", a song by the New Zealand band Fur Patrol
- "Lydia", a song by American singer-songwriter Dean Friedman
- "Lydia" a song by the Taiwanese band F.I.R.
- "Lydia the Tattooed Lady", a 1939 song written by Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg
- Lydia Gromyko (1911-2004), First Lady of the Soviet Union (1985-1988)
- Lydia Shackleton (1828-1914), Irish botanical artist
In other uses:
- USS Lydia, the name of more than one United States Navy ship
- MV Moonta, a passenger ship, later sold and renamed Lydia
- HMS Lydia, a fictional ship commanded by Horatio Hornblower in The Happy Return, a novel by C.S. Forester
- Lydia (film), a 1941 film directed by Julien Duvivier
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