Gender Feminine
Scripts Κλαυδία(Ancient Greek)
Pronounced Pron. /ˈklaw.dja/(Polish) /ˈklɒ.u.diʲ.ɒ/(Hungarian)  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Polish, Slovak, Hungarian and Albanian form of Claudia, as well as a German variant form and the form found in the Greek New Testament.

Related Names

Masculine FormKlaudiusz(Polish)
Other Languages & CulturesClaudia(Ancient Roman) Claudia(Biblical) Claudia(Biblical Latin) Klavdiya(Bulgarian) Clàudia(Catalan) Klaudija(Croatian) Klaudie(Czech) Claudia(Dutch) Claudia(English) Claude, Claudie, Claudette, Claudine(French) Claudia(Italian) Cláudia(Portuguese) Claudia(Romanian) Klavdia, Klavdiya, Klava(Russian) Klavdija(Slovene) Claudia, Claudina, Dina(Spanish) Claudia(Swedish) Klavdiya(Ukrainian)


People think this name is

formal   upper class   wholesome   strong   refined   serious  

Name Days

Estonia: May 27
Hungary: March 20
Poland: March 20
Slovakia: November 17


Entry updated April 23, 2024