Claudia

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Claudia

  1. A female given name originating from Latin, Latin feminine form of Claudius.
    • :
      Do thy diligence to come before winter. Eubulus greeteth thee, and Pudens, and Linus, and Claudia, and all the brethren.
    • 1997 Penelope Lively: Moon Tiger. Grove Press. →ISBN
      Claudia is really Mummy, but she does not like being Mummy so you have to say Claudia. - - - Lisa is a better name. Claudia bangs, like the gong in the hall at Sotleigh. Bang - whoom! Lisa makes a nice silky noise, like streams or rain.

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Claudia ?

  1. A female given name originating from Latin, a latinate variant of the female given name Claudie.

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Claudia

  1. A female given name originating from Latin from the Latin feminine form of Claudius; popular from the 1960s to the 1980s.

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Claudia f

  1. A female given name originating from Latin of Latin origin, feminine form of Claudio.

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Latin[edit]

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From Claudius.

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Claudia f (genitive Claudiae, masculine Claudius); first declension

  1. A feminine praenomen.
  2. A patrician gens in Ancient Rome.
  3. A nomen for women of the gens.

Declension[edit]

First-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative Claudia Claudiae
Genitive Claudiae Claudiārum
Dative Claudiae Claudiīs
Accusative Claudiam Claudiās
Ablative Claudiā Claudiīs
Vocative Claudia Claudiae

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  • Spanish: Claudia

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the Latin Claudia.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈklaudja/, [ˈklau̯ðja]

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Claudia f

  1. A female given name originating from Latin, equivalent to English Claudia

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