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Possibly originating from the Latin word "agripeta" meaning "land-grabber" or "squatter". Related to Agrippina, the name of several famous Roman women, including the mother of Nero.
― Anonymous User  4/18/2006
Agrippa also means "born feet first" and was often given to children born the wrong way round.
Cardwitch  11/19/2006
In the New Testament, the Greek form of Agrippa is as follows:
Deborah Reyes  10/16/2010

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