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Claudia

[klaw-dee-uh]
noun
  1. a female given name: from a Roman family name meaning “lame.”
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  • In the centre is Claudia Quinta about to kneel before the bust of the goddess.

  • Miss Pounceby was the ingnue, and she and Claudia lived together.

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  • But, for all these reflections, Paul could not surrender Claudia.

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  • And the pity of it that such a man should so misjudge his Claudia!

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  • He was abjectly in love and abjectly submissive, and Claudia had never been so kind.

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Word Origin and History for claudia

Claudia

fem. proper name, from Latin Claudius (m.).

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