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Name Célia - Meaning and origin

Name Célia - Meaning and origin



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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Spaniards, Italians

Meaning of the name:

First name very well known in Spain and also in Italy, Célia comes from the Latin caecus, "blind". Also known in English-speaking countries, Célia made its appearance in France in the 80s.

Celebrities:

Cuban singer Celia Cruz, died in 2003.

Sainte-Cécile, of which Célia is one of the derivatives, was a martyr virgin of Rome, buried in the catacombs of Saint-Calixte in the third century.

His character :

Extraverted and hyper active, Celia is always up for adventures and sometimes nonsense! Fun, jovial, it is a born leader and she loves to lead his entourage with the stick ... while knowing to show a certain sweetness. Impatient and sometimes impulsive, she also knows how to be generous and devoted to those she loves.

Derivatives:

Cécile, Azilis, Célie, Cecilia, Sheila, Sirley, Sisley, Tsila.

His party :

Célia are celebrated on November 22nd.

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