Agrippa

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From Latin Agrippa of uncertain origin. Possibly borrowed from Ancient Greek Ἀγρίππας (Agríppas), although this is disputed since the name doesn't appear in Greek sources contemporary with the early Roman Republic, when such a praenomen was popular.

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Agrippa

  1. A Latin cognomen; borne by important figures of the classical era such as Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and several kings of Judea, mentioned in the bible.

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