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Thalia, Thalía, Thaleia, or Thalian (/θəˈl.ə/; Greek: Θάλεια from θάλλειν "to bloom") may refer to:

Greek mythological figures[edit]

  • Thalia (Grace) (Θάλεια, "Thaleia"), one of the three Graces
  • Thalia (Muse) (Θάλεια, "Thaleia"), the Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry
  • Thalia (Nereid) (Θάλεια, "Thaleia"), a Nereid
  • Thalia (nymph) (Θάλεια, "Thaleia"), a nymph and secondary goddess of vegetation

Thalia Grace's name from Percy Jackson is taken from the first name...


  • Thalia Awards, since 1993. The award is named after Thalia, the muse of comedy
  • Thalia (magazine), a German magazine on history, theatre, culture, philosophy, literature and politics
  • Thalia (Percy Jackson), a fictional character from Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians series
  • Thalia, the book written by Arius to defend the position he held in 325 at the First Council of Nicea
  • Thalia Menninger, fictional character from the television series The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, played by Tuesday Weld

Flora and fauna[edit]

  • Thaleia, a gastropod genus
  • Thalia (plant), a genus of plants belonging to the family Marantaceae
    • Thalia dealbata, an aquatic plant
    • Thalia pavonii, a species of plant in the Marantaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests


  • Thalía (born 1971), Mexican singer and actress
    • Thalía (1990 album), the eponymous debut solo album by Mexican singer Thalía, produced by Alfredo Diaz Ordaz and released in Mexico by Fonovisa Records in 1990
    • Thalía (2002 album), the seventh studio album by Mexican singer Thalía
    • Thalía (English-language album), the eighth studio album by Mexican recording artist Thalía, released on July 8, 2003 by Virgin Records and EMI Latin. It is her first English-language album, and shares a title with Thalía's 1990 and 2002 Spanish-language albums
  • 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 1978), British television presenter
  • Thalia Zedek (born 1961), American singer and guitarist



United States[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Thalia C. Eley, Professor of Developmental Behavioural Genetics at the Institute of Psychiatry's MRC Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre, King's College London
  • Thalia Field (born 1966), American writer and editor known for innovative fiction and interdisciplinary collaborations
  • Thalia Flora-Karavia (1871–1960), Greek artist and member of the Munich School who was best known for her sketches of soldiers at war
  • Thalia Mara (1911–2003), American ballet educator and author of books on the subject
  • Thalia Massie (1911–1963), member of a socially prominent family who became the genesis of a series of heavily publicized trials in Hawaii
  • Thalia Munro (born 1982), American water polo player for the UCLA Bruins and the US National Team, who won the bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Her position is utility/driver
  • Thalia Myers (born 1945), British concert pianist, teacher and animateur
  • Charitodoron Thalia, a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Mitridae, the miters or miter snails
  • MV Thalia
  • Thalia Hall, a theatre and concert hall situated in Sibiu, Romania. As of October 7, 2004, the hall serves as the new location of the State Philarmonic of Sibiu
  • Thalia Theatre (disambiguation)

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