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Pronounced Fuh-liss-uh-tahs.
-- Brenda-Licious  10/28/2006
This name and its meaning could come from the word FELICITATION meaning good luck/congratulations! which is a very nice meaning! I think it's pronounced Fe-Li-SEE-tas/Fe-LI-si-tas if that helps anyone!
-- gulie55  2/17/2007
In Germany, we pronounce the name "Feh-LEE-tzee-tahs". [noted -ed]
-- LoQuiero  12/14/2007
I think it is a pretty name. It is also my grandmother's name.
-- hellohi610  11/3/2008
A German variant of this name is Felizitas. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  5/2/2010
An important note on this website's comment on the martyr-saint from Carthage named Felicitas (Felicity): she was a Christian slave, and Perpetua was her *mistress*. Mistress is the feminine form of master. Please use it. In this context, it has nothing to do with a sexual relationship. If you want to avoid using the term altogether, just say that Felicitas was the slave of Perpetua (or belonging to Perpetua), a young Christian noblewoman, with whom she was martyred.

Perpetua was a 22-year-old married noblewoman, and a nursing mother; Felicitas was pregnant and gave birth to her baby before being martyred with Perpetua. Carthage is in modern-day Tunisia in North Africa.
-- la-petite-rachel  7/20/2013
Obvious equivalents: English [Felicity] and male [Felix].
-- Crissov  1/18/2016

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