Caelia

Origin : Ancient Roman,

Used : Derived from the Latin Caelia, a feminine form of the old Roman family name Caelius, which is believed to be a derivative of the Latin caelum (heaven). Celia is also used as a short form of Cecilia (blind, dim-sighted).,

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Caelia Expression, Caelia Soul Urge, Caelia Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Caelia:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order

additional

Additional information Caelia:

additionalFeminine form of CAELIUS

songs

Songs about Caelia:

songsArne: Fair Caelia love pretented - Aria: How engaging, how endearing by Sir Neville Marriner from the Album Robert Tear sings Handel, Arne & Boyce

songsArne: Fair Caelia love pretented - Aria: To all the sex deceitfull by Sir Neville Marriner from the Album Robert Tear sings Handel, Arne & Boyce

songsArne: Fair Caelia love pretented - Recit: But Caelia now repenting by Sir Neville Marriner from the Album Robert Tear sings Handel, Arne & Boyce

songsArne: Fair Caelia love pretented - Recit: Fair Caelia love pretented by Sir Neville Marriner from the Album Robert Tear sings Handel, Arne & Boyce

songsCantata Inglesa Nº3 Caelia: I. When Loves Soft Passion by La Folía from the Album Música de la Guerra de Successió Espanyola

songsCantata Inglesa Nº3 Caelia: II. O Love When Loves Soft Passion by La Folía from the Album Música de la Guerra de Successió Espanyola

songsCantata Inglesa Nº3 Caelia: III. The God of Love by La Folía from the Album Música de la Guerra de Successió Espanyola

books

Books about Caelia:

booksCaelia by Danielle Moriarty and Azure Townsend (Feb 1, 2011)

booksCaelia by Parisa Syrus (Aug 15, 2011)

booksCælia: or, the perjur'd lover. A play. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants... by Charles Johnson (May 29, 2010)

booksCælia: or, the Perjur'd lover. A play, etc. [By Charles Johnson. With a prologue by T. Cibber and an epilogue... by Anonymous and Theophilus Cibber (Mar 17, 2011)

booksElizabethan Sonnet-Cycles: Caelia, by F. Greville, Lord Brooke by Anonymous (Aug 31, 2012)

booksHoney-moon. To which are added, Melting Cælia, or, love a thunder-clap; The catechising puritan; The bridal brawl... by See Notes Multiple Contributors (Jun 10, 2010)

booksElizabethan Sonnet-Cycles: Caelia, by F. Greville, Lord Brooke by Anonymous published by Nabu Press (2010) [Paperback... (Apr 2, 2010)

wiki

Wiki information Caelia:

Caelia

The gens Caelia or Coelia was a plebeian family at Rome. In manuscripts the nomen is usually written Caelius, while on coins it generally occurs in the form of Coelius or Coilius, though one coin has L. Caelius Tax. From the similarity of the names,...

Caelia
Fictional Character

Caelia is a Fairy Queen in Richard Johnson's romance Tom a Lincoln. Caelia is the ruler of an island called "Fairy Land," populated by women who have slain their warmongering men. She begs Tom and his companions to stay on the island so that it might...

Comments and insights on the name Caelia:

It can be pronounced kay-lee-ah or ky-lee-ah.A similar name to Caelia is Caelianna.

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Meanings and history of the name :

it is a Latin name which means means "Heavenly" and it is the feminine form of Caelius, A Roman family name which was derived from Latin Caelum which means the sculptor's chisel in Latin.It is a constellation introduced by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille in the 17th century.

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Caelia in song, story & screen:

A fairy in Arthurian legend and in Spenser's The Faerie Queene.