I love both C and K variants.
So beautiful.
Also Hungarian: [noted -ed]
Gender: Feminine

Usages: Albanian

Meaning: Albanian form of CLAUDIA.

(Information from name #351246 originally submitted by user glacier_bear_82) [noted -ed]
Gender: Feminine

Usages: Hungarian

Pronunciation: KLAH-uh-dee-yah

Meaning: Cognate of CLAUDIA, meaning "lame".

(Information from name #348612 originally submitted by user epresvanilia)
Also Estonian:
You could also add the usage "Ancient Roman (Hellenized)" to this name, because the ancient Greeks translated the name Claudia into their language as Κλαυδία, which transcribed into English is Klaudia.

The modern Greek spelling for the name is exactly the same, by the way - but due to e.g. phonetical changes in the Greek language (and therefore also its alphabet) over time, the (English) transcription for the name is a bit different. In modern Greek, the name is Klavdia.

So, in summary: ancient Greek Κλαυδία (Klaudia) eventually became Κλαύδια (Klavdia) in modern Greek.

- (in English)
- (in English; shows some of the differences between ancient Greek and modern Greek).
This is also the Hungarian form of the name.
Klaudija is the Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Czech pronunciation is "KLOWD-yah".
It´s also the Czech form.
Pronounced as "Klow-dee-ah" (short -ee-).
Listen to the German pronunciation of Klaudia here:
Polish masculine form of Klaudia is Klaudiusz. [noted -ed]

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