numerology

Numerology information Leocadia:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear

additional

Additional information Leocadia:

additionalLate Latin name perhaps derived from Greek λευκος (leukos) meaning "bright, clear, white". Saint Leocadia was a 3rd-century martyr from Spain.

songs

Songs about Leocadia:

songsGoya: Act III Scene 2: Ecco, il genio (Leocadia) by Cesar Hernandez from the Album Menotti, G.C.: Goya

songsGoya: Act III, "Ecco, il genio", (Leocadia) by Spoleto Festival Orchestra from the Album Menotti: Goya

songsLa Condesa de la Aguja y el Dedal: "Couplés de Leocadia" by Encarnita Máñez from the Album Maravilla/La Condesa de la Aguja y el Dedal

songsLeocadia by Christine Plays Viola from the Album Leocadia

songsLeocadia by Christine Plays Viola from the Album Vacua

songsLeocadia, FP 106: Act I - Ouverture by Ronald Van Spaendonck from the Album Poulenc: Histoire De Babar (L') / Leocadia

songsLeocadia, FP 106: Act II - Ouverture by Ronald Van Spaendonck from the Album Poulenc: Histoire De Babar (L') / Leocadia

books

Books about Leocadia:

booksAnouilh Plays: One: Antigone, Léocadia, The Waltz of the Toreadors, The Lark, and Poor Bitos (World Dramatists... by Jean Anouilh (May 27, 1988)

booksLeocadia by Jean Anouilh (Jun 1965)

booksLéocadia by Jean Anouilh (Sep 1, 1984)

booksLéocadia. Edited by Bettina L. Knapp and Alba della Fazia by Jean Anouilh (1965)

booksLeocadia

booksLeocadia by Bettina L. Knapp and Alba della Fazia (1965)

booksleocadia et autres petits éloges de la mélancolie pages et nouvelles by Redon Michel

wiki

Wiki information Leocadia:

Leocadia
Deceased Person, Person

Saint Leocadia is a Spanish saint. She is thought to have died on December 9, ca. 304, in the Diocletian persecution. The feast day for St. Leocadia of Toledo appears under 9 December in the historical martyrologies of the ninth century. Her name is...

La Leocadia
Mural Artwork, Artwork

La Leocadia or The Seductress are names given to a mural by the Spanish artist Francisco Goya, completed sometime between 1819–23, as one of his series of 14 "Black Paintings". It shows a woman commonly identified as Goya's maid, companion and, most...