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Claudius is the name of Hamlet's incestuous and murderous uncle in the Shakespearean play. Claudius poured poison into his brother the king's ear, thus killing him. In his grief he managed to wed Hamlet's mother and his deceased brother's wife, Queen Gertrude.
Arrows  11/22/2005
Great sounding name, impressive due to its long usage and association with Roman Emperors, but I wouldn't name my child "lame", I think, without some serious reviewing.
― Anonymous User  5/11/2006
Lame? Crippled? wow.
― Anonymous User  2/21/2008
The name of a saint, and it means "lame, crippled". Weak name.
Kerules  5/25/2009
I’ve never heard of this name before until I met someone with it. I personally think it’s a very nice name, unique and strong sounding, but not overly complicated. Sure, the meaning may be a bit weird, but it’s just a name in the end.
― Anonymous User  12/21/2017

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