Lavinia

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Etymology[edit]

Latin Lavinia, of obscure meaning. Lavinium was a town in ancient Latium.

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Lavinia

  1. (Roman mythology) The daughter of Latinus and wife of Aeneas.
  2. A female given name used since the 17th century. It was fairly popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but rare today.

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