Claudia

[klaw-dee-uh]
noun
a female given name: from a Roman family name meaning “lame.”
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Claudia
fem. proper name, from L. Claudius (m.), from the Roman gens Claudia, an old and respected family in the city, perhaps ult. from claudus "lame."
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Claudia definition


a female Christian mentioned in 2 Tim. 4:21. It is a conjecture having some probability that she was a British maiden, the daughter of king Cogidunus, who was an ally of Rome, and assumed the name of the emperor, his patron, Tiberius Claudius, and that she was the wife of Pudens.

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Example sentences for claudia
Gilder is the captain of the light, swift pirate vessel claudia.
Shortly thereafter, she gave birth to a daughter claudia octavia.
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