Rhea is a Greek name that is derived from the word “rhoia.” Meaning "a flowing stream," the name plays a prominent role in Greek mythology. According to Greek legend, Rhea was the mythological mother to many gods, including Poseidon, Zeus, and Hera. The name is also important in Roman mythology, as Rhea was the mother of the founders of Rome, Remus, and Romulus.
Similar Names: Rhaya, Rhia, Rea
Famous Rhea Names: Rhea Perlman (actress), Rhea Durham (model)