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Amelia may refer to: Contents 1 Given name, 2 Surname, 3 Places, 4 Media, 5 Other, 6 See also, Given name: Amelia (given name), a given name Includes a list of people named Amelia, , Princess Amelia (disambiguation), Surname: Marco Amelia (born 1982), Italian football goalkeeper, Places: Amelia, Umbria, a town in Italy, Amelia, Louisiana, a census-designated place in St. Mary Parish, Louisiana, United States, Amelia, Nebraska, an unincorporated community in Holt County, Nebraska, United States, Amelia, Ohio, a village in Clermont County, Ohio, United States, Amelia, West Virginia, Amelia City, Florida, a town in Nassau County, Florida, United States, Amelia Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador, a hamlet in the St. Barbe District, near Griguet, Amelia County, Virginia, United States, Amelia Courthouse, Virginia, a village in Amelia County near Richmond, Amelia Island, the southernmost of the Sea Islands, near Florida, Media: Amelia (opera), music by Daron Hagen; libretto by Gardner McFall; story by Stephen Wadsworth, Amelia (song), a song by Joni Mitchell on her 1976 album Hejira, "Amelia", a song by The Mission, from the album Carved in Sand, "Amelia", a song by the Cocteau Twins on their 1984 album Treasure, "Amelia", a 1972 song by Wayne Cochran and The C.C. Riders, Amelia (novel), a 1751 sentimental novel by Henry Fielding, Amelia (film), a 2009 film based on the life of Amelia Earhart, Amélia (film), a 2000 Brazilian film directed by Ana Carolina, Amelia Bedelia, a series of US children's books, Amelia Rules!, a series of American children's graphic novels, Amelia Jane, a series of books by Enid Blyton, Other: Amelia (birth defect), Amelia (typeface), Amelia (ship), a ship that disappeared in 1816, Tropical Storm Amelia (disambiguation), HMS Amelia, ships of the Royal Navy

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