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Cosima Devito, singer and no relation to Danny.
-- lindamaree  3/8/2006
Cosima Wagner was the daughter of composer and pianist Franz Liszt and the wife of composer Richard Wagner. After her husband's death, Cosima Wagner was director of the Bayreuth Festivals.
-- Ylva  3/16/2006
I have a family member (who is Sicilian) who pronounces it "cuh-SEE-mah."
-- arrowhead909  4/24/2006
Cosima Lawson is the daughter of celebrity food writer Nigella Lawson.
-- Anonymous User  8/9/2006
My name is pronounced, KO-seema.
I was "blessed" with the name 65+ years ago and it has been an adventure, to say the least. Being the daughter of a parent who liked to move a lot, new schools were very common and that first roll call was an embarressment for me. The teacher would get to the R's (first letter of my last name) and just stop. Gee, who could that be? By the time the teacher decided to try pronouncing it everyone was curious and I wanted to crawl out the door rather than raise my hand. I'm sure that my character has been strongly affected by the name but when I give my name at service counters, I tell them it's Carol.
-- Cosima  7/1/2007
I know one person with this name, pronounced KOH-zee-mah. I've always thought it sounded a little exotic but still approachable and, well, cozy.
-- elizabeth hamlet  1/20/2008
Claudia Schiffer´s daughter that was born on May 14 2010 is called Cosima Violet Vaughn Drummond.
-- Anonymous User  5/25/2010
I really like this name; I think it sounds cool, calm and sophisticated, whilst also being quite futuristic. I've also heard that this name is used in the German language as well, and English of course, but it's much rarer in English. I hope this name will become more common in the future, as I think it sounds really edgy and on-trend. :)
-- walesgal92  6/26/2010
Cosima Mars is the name of Sofia Coppola's second daughter with Thomas Mars. Their first daughter is named Romy.
-- katherinek15  7/19/2010
Pronounced cho-SEE-ma.
-- bathos  9/10/2010
This is also a name in the Romani (Gypsy) language.
-- Wierka  2/15/2011
I'd seriously want to love this name, the spelling looks clean and neat, the meaning is so divine, except it sounds like saying "cosina" which means kitchen or cuisine in Spanish. Not nice :(
-- Purrsian  11/6/2013

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