Meaning : Ancient,

Origin : Biblical Latin, Biblical, Latin, Ancient Roman, Dutch,

Pronunciation : PRIS-kə (English)  ,

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Prisca Expression, Prisca Soul Urge, Prisca Inner Dream


Numerology information Prisca:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Additional information Prisca:

additionalBiblical Meaning: The name Prisca is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Prisca is: Ancient.

additionalFeminine form of Priscus, a Roman family name which meant "ancient" in Latin. This name appears in the epistles in the New Testament, referring to Priscilla the wife of Aquila.


Definition funny of Prisca:

urbanUsually a petite firecracker. Often times will resemble a hippie.

urbanLook at that crazy shirt, it almost resembles a Prisca.

urbanA really pretty girl, has alot of energy and can make you laugh. She is very attractive and plays sports such as basketball, soccer etc. Alot people are jealous of her flirtatious abilities. She is kind and always ready to help. She can get shy but always ready to standup for what she believes in. Shes a problem solver. All in all she's a great person. You want to know a prisca.

urbanPrisca is so cool

urbana girl living in cedar hill texas

urbani met prisca last night


Expression information Prisca:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be creative and excellent at expressing themselves. They are drawn to the arts, and often enjoy life immensely. They are often the center of attention, and enjoy careers that put them in the limelight. They tend to become involved in many different activities, and are sometimes reckless with both their energies and with money.


Soul information Prisca:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to use their abilities in leadership, and to have personal independence. They would rather focus on large, important issues, and delegate the details.


Songs about Prisca:

songsKb & Prisca - Kamikaze by Kb from the Album 100

songsPrisca by Jean-Marie Ragald from the Album Plus de zouk, plus de tubes - 30 hits (Le meilleur du zouk 80 aux années 2000)

songsAu dodo Prisca by Starmyname from the Album Prisca en chansons

songsBébé Prisca dans le ventre de maman by Starmyname from the Album Prisca en chansons

songsC'est bientôt la récré Prisca by Starmyname from the Album Prisca en chansons

songsChez papi mamie de Prisca by Starmyname from the Album Prisca en chansons

songsDanse avec moi Prisca by Starmyname from the Album Prisca en chansons


Books about Prisca:

booksForever and Always: The Art of Intimacy (House of Prisca & Aquila) by Celestia G. Tracy and Steven R. Tracy (Apr 7, 2011)

booksResponding to Abuse in Christian Homes: A Challenge to Churches and their Leaders (House of Prisca & Aquila) by Nancy Nason-Clark (Mar 4, 2011)

booksBeyond Abuse in the Christian Home: Raising Voices for Change (House of Prisca & Aquila) by Catherine Clark Kroeger (Aug 15, 2008)

booksBy Prisca Augustyn Stationen: Ein Kursbuch f?¬r die Mittelstufe (1st Edition) by Prisca Augustyn (Jul 24, 2007)

booksAccepted in the Beloved: A Devotional Bible Study for Women on Finding Healing and Wholeness in God's Love (House... by Leslie Ann McKinney (Aug 25, 2008)

booksUnder One Steeple: Multiple Congregations Sharing More than Just Space (House of Prisca & Aquila) by Lorraine Cleaves Anderson (Mar 9, 2012)

booksJoy Through the Night: Biblical Resources on Suffering (House of Prisca & Aquila) by Aida Besancon Spencer and William David Spencer (Jun 1, 2007)


Wiki information Prisca:

Deceased Person, Person

Prisca was the Empress of Rome and wife of Emperor Diocletian. Nothing is known of her family background. Although she was a Christian or favorably disposed to Christianity, she was forced to sacrifice to the gods during the Great Persecution of...

Santa Prisca
Roman Catholic Place of Worship, Structure, Location, Place of worship, Building, Project focus

Santa Prisca is a titular church of Rome, devoted to Saint Prisca, a 1st-century martyr, on the Aventine Hill. It was built in the 4th or 5th century over a temple of Mithras, and is recorded as the Titulus Priscae in the acts of the 499...