marcia

a march; alla marcia means in the manner of a march
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Marcia

Marcia, meaning `proud, warlike, martial,` can refer to: ...
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Marcia

[gens] Marcius was the family name (nomen) of the ancient Roman ``gens`` Marcia. Marcii are found during the Regal, Republican and Imperial eras. The patrician branch used the cognomen Rex, claiming royal descent from the king Ancus Marcius. The plebeian branches used the cognomina Censorinus (see Marcius Censorinus) and Philippus. Other co...
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Marcia

[given name] Marcia (ə, rarely ə), often shortened to Marcie i, is a female given name derived from Latin meaning `dedicated to Mars`. Marcia also means `proud, warlike, martial`. It is a female form of Marcius. Bearers of this name include: ==Fictional character== ...
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Marcia

[mistress of Commodus] Marcia Aurelia Ceionia Demetrias, better known as Marcia, was the mistress and one of the assassins of 2nd century AD Roman Emperor Commodus from 182–93. Marcia was the daughter of Marcia Aurelius Sabinianus, a freedwoman of the co-emperor Lucius Verus. ==Commodus` favorite mistress== Before Marcia was Commodus` mis...
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Marcia

[mother of Trajan] Marcia (about 33-before 100) was an ancient Roman noblewoman and the mother of the emperor Trajan. ==Family== Marcia came from a noble and politically influential family, the plebs gens Marcia, which claimed to be descended from the Roman King Ancus Marcius. Marcia was a daughter of the Roman Senator Quintus Marcius Barea...
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Marcia

[wife of Marcus Ulpius Traianus ] ...
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marcia

a march; alla marcia means in the manner of a march
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marcia

a march; alla marcia means in the manner of a march
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Marcia

Marcia is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `dedicated to Mars` The name Marcia is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) Use for the other sex: Marcus What do they use in other countries? Marcelle (French) The name sounds like: Maricia, Mercia See also: Marcella, Marcy, Marcie, Marci
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