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Meaning & History

Derived from the Latin word celer, meaning "quick, swift", followed by the masculine diminutive suffix -inus. This was the name of an African martyr, revered for his suffering while imprisoned by Emperor Trajan Decius in Rome. He was freed and returned to Carthage, where St. Cyprian ordained him as a deacon.
Added 4/14/2020 by cherubicwindigo
Edited 3/13/2021 by Frollein Gladys and elbowin