Ida is of Old German and Greek origin, and its meaning is “hardworking”. According to Greek myth this is the name of a mountain on the island of Crete, where the god Zeus was born. A Greek nymph cared for the infant Zeus on Mount Ida. Also possibly from an Old English expression for “prosperous, happy”.
Maria is the latin form of Mary meaning “star of the sea”. Used in English-speaking countries in the 18th century and popular with both Spanish and non-Spanish cultures. Maria is very often blended with other names and suffixes. The name is probably derived from Hebrew Miryam from the word “mry” meaning “beloved”.