Flávia

Flávia is a Portuguese-language girl`s name. It is the equivalent of Flavia (name) found in Italy and Spain. ==People== ...
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Flavia

'Flavian'. raised or reconstituted either by Vespasianus for early imperial units or by Constantius in case of late Roman units.
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Flavia

[gens] The gens Flavia was a plebeian family at Rome. Its members are first mentioned during the last three centuries of the Republic. The first of the Flavii to achieve prominence was Marcus Flavius, Tribune of the plebs in 327 and 323 BC; however, no Flavius attained the consulship until Gaius Flavius Fimbria in 104 BC. The gens became il...
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Flavia

[martyr] Saint Flavia is a saint of the Roman Catholic Church. She was martyred at Messina along with her brother, the Benedictine monk Saint Placidus, their brothers Eutychius and Victorinus, Donatus, Firmatus the deacon, Faustus, and thirty other monks. They were killed by pirates. Their feast day is October 15. ...
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Flavia

[name] Flavia is an Ancient Roman name meaning `fea” from the Latin word `flavus”, meaning `golden, blonde”. It is a feminine form of the Roman family name Flavius. The name is most commonly used in Italy, Romania, Brazil (Portuguese: Flávia) and in Spanish-speaking countries. It is rarely used in the United States, but was given to ...
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Flavia

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Flavia

Flavia is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `with blond hair` The name Flavia is most commonly given to Italian girls. The chances are 100 times greater that girls are called Flavia there. Use for the other sex: Flavius The name sounds like: Fulvia See also: Flavie
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