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- Greek mythological figures
- Thalia (Grace) (Θάλεια, "Thaleia"), one of the three Graces
- Thalia (Muse) (Θάλεια, "Thaleia"), the Muse of comedy
- Thalia (Nereid) (Θάλεια, "Thaleia"), a Nereid
- Thalia (nymph) (Θάλεια, "Thaleia"), a nymph and secondary goddess of vegetation
- Biota (flora, fauna)
- Thaleia (gastropod), a gastropod genus
- Thalia (plant), a genus of plants belonging to the family Marantaceae
- The Thalians, (founded in 1955) a California based charitable group
- Thalian Association, (founded in 1788) a North Carolina based organization that promotes the arts
- Thalian Hall Association, a Wilmington, North Carolina based charitable group that oversees the Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts
- Thalía, a Mexican singer and actress
- Thalia Assuras (born February 5, 1951), anchor of energyNOW!, a TV news-magazine and opinion program produced by the American Clean Skies Foundation
- Thalia Pellegrini (born 16 August 1978), a British television presenter
- Thalia Zedek (born 1961), an American singer and guitarist
- Thalia Carrillo (born 1993), a Mexican American conspiracy theorist
- 23 Thalia, an asteroid
- Thalia Awards
- Thalia (journal)
- HMS Thalia, the name of three ships of the Royal Navy
- Renault Thalia, a sedan version of Renault Clio, sold in some countries as Renault Symbol
- Thalia, the book written by Arius to defend the position he held in 325 at the First Council of Nicea
- Thalia (bookstore chain), a German retailer with outlets in Germany, Switzerland and Austria
- Thalia (Percy Jackson), a fictional character from Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians series
- Thalia wine, Portuguese wine made from the Trebbiano grape
- Staff. "The Thalians, History". The Thalians. Retrieved 9 October 2013.
- Staff. "While groups bear ‘Thalian' name, their goals are different". Star News Online. Retrieved 9 October 2013.
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