An Æon (a form of divine being) in the Gnostic tradition.
A female given name from Ancient Greek, borne by an early Christian saint, and by European royalty.
To say the truth, Sophia, when very young, discerned that Tom, though an idle, thoughtless, rattling rascal, was nobody's enemy but his own
An aeon in the Gnostic tradition.
A town in West Virginia, United States; named for early resident Sophia McGinnis.
Etymology: From σοφία.
Sophia is the second single released from the re-release of Nerina Pallots second album, Fires. It was released on October 2, 2006. It was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award in the category of Best Song (Musically and Lyrically). The single includes Pallot's cover of Kylie Minogue's "Confide in Me".
Sophia is a central idea in Hellenistic philosophy and religion, Platonism, Gnosticism, Orthodox Christianity, Esoteric Christianity, as well as Christian mysticism. Sophiology is a philosophical concept regarding wisdom, as well as a theological concept regarding the wisdom of the biblical God. Sophia is honored as a goddess of wisdom by Gnostics, as well as by some Neopagan, New Age, and feminist-inspired Goddess spirituality groups. In Orthodox and Roman Catholic Christianity, Sophia, or rather Hagia Sophia, is an expression of understanding for the second person of the Holy Trinity, as well as in the Old Testament, as seen in the Book of Proverbs 9:1, but not an angel or goddess.
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Surnames Frequency by Census Records
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Sophia is ranked #100302 in terms of the most common surnames in America.
The Sophia surname appeared 180 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 0 would have the surname Sophia.
78.8% or 142 total occurrences were White.
13.8% or 25 total occurrences were of Hispanic origin.
3.8% or 7 total occurrences were Black.
3.3% or 6 total occurrences were Asian.
The numerical value of Sophia in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of Sophia in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
She ate whatever she wanted, she wrote a couple of cookbooks herself. She very much loves food, loves her pasta. She never wanted to be stick thin … Sophia had a very sensuous look. No matter what you put her in, she looked fantastic. She had such body positivity.
Sometimes the world seemed to come with subtitles, like a foreign film. So help her, sometimes people's hidden motives, their lies, their rationalizations, were so pitifully apparent that Sophia felt she could just sit and read them.
The reality is the world has grown accustomed to terrorism. It's unfortunate, and I wish it weren't true, but terrorism now happens everywhere, the agenda changes quickly in this age. If tourism is affected by this, it will be temporary. These things pass, but the Hagia Sophia and the Sultanahmet mosque are eternal.
Sophia’s great rival in Italy wasGina Lollobrigida, so when he introduced himself, he called her Ms. Lolloren. He basically muddled their names as a joke. But she did n’t get it. So they had a bit of an awkward start. But they became friends and that led to a more romantic involvement. [ However ], she was [ already ] romantically involved with [ Italian film producer ] Carlo Ponti, but their situation was very, very complicated. Divorce was illegal in Italy at that time and Carlo Ponti was already married … She was very frustrated at the time. So she fell into this romance with Cary Grant.
Bea was offended, when the writers called Rose [Betty White] dumb or Blanche [Rue McClanahan] a slut or Sophia [Estelle Getty] old, it could roll off those women’s backs because they were not like their characters.
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