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Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. sə-SEE-lee-ə(Catalan)
TSEH-tsee-lee-a(Slovak)
TSEH-tsee-lee-aw(Hungarian)
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Meaning & History

Portuguese, Catalan, Slovak and Hungarian form of CECILIA.
DiminutivesCila(Portuguese) Cili(Hungarian)
Masculine FormCecílio(Portuguese)
Other Languages & CulturesCaecilia(Ancient Roman) Cecilija(Croatian) Cecílie(Czech) Cecilie, Cecilia, Cille, Sidsel, Silje, Sille(Danish) Cecilia, Cilla, Silke(Dutch) Cecilia, Cecily, Sheila, Cece, Cecelia, Celia, Cicely, Cissy, Shayla, Sheelagh, Shelagh, Shelia, Shyla, Sissie, Sissy(English) Cecilia, Silja(Finnish) Cécile, Cécilia(French) Cäcilia, Cäcilie, Caecilia, Cecilia, Silke, Zilla(German) Sheila, Síle(Irish) Cecilia(Italian) Cecilie, Cecilia, Sidsel, Silje, Sissel(Norwegian) Cecylia(Polish) Cecilia(Romanian) Tsetsiliya(Russian) Sìleas(Scottish) Cecilija, Cilka(Slovene) Cecilija(Sorbian) Cecilia(Spanish) Cecilia, Cilla(Swedish)
Same SpellingCécilia
User SubmissionCecilía

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