[fuh-lish-uh, -lish-ee-uh, -lee-shuh, -lis-ee-uh]
- a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “happy.”
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Examples from the Web for felicia
Felicia Allen took the store to court, alleging she was terminated for trying to take unpaid time off to have her baby.Hobby Lobby Employee Says She Was Fired for Being Pregnant
RH Reality Check
July 29, 2014
In 1951, wunderkind conductor Leonard Bernstein married the beautiful actress Felicia Montealegre.Felicia’s Letter to Leonard Bernstein: ‘You Are a Homosexual and May Never Change’
October 29, 2013
Nick Adams co-stars in Priscilla Queen of the Desert as the Madonna-obsessed Felicia.
There's an exact moment every night when Nick Adams stops being Nick and becomes Felicia.
Felicia soon grew weary of the game of fire building and begged off.
Felicia, who was in Roger's lap, trembled with excitement and pleasure.
Felicia set her basket in the sand and rushed into her sister's arms.
"Of course, we're delighted to stay," he exclaimed, tossing Felicia to his shoulder.
Come on, Felicia, let's make a fire of grease wood so he can find us.
Word Origin and History for felicia
fem. proper name, from Latin felix (genitive felicis) "happy" (see felicity).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper