Gender Feminine
Usage German, Dutch
Pronounced Pron. ZIL-kə(German)
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Meaning & History

German and Dutch diminutive of Celia or Cecilia.

Related Names

VariantsZilla(German) Cilla(Dutch)
Other Languages & CulturesCaecilia, Caelia(Ancient Roman) Cecília, Cèlia(Catalan) Cecilija(Croatian) Cecílie, Cecilie(Czech) Cecilie, Cecilia, Cille, Sidsel, Silje, Sille(Danish) Cecilia, Cecily, Celia, Sheila, Cece, Cecelia, Cicely, Cissy, Shayla, Sheelagh, Shelagh, Shelia, Shyla, Sissie, Sissy(English) Ĉiela(Esperanto) Silja(Estonian) Cecilia, Silja(Finnish) Cécile, Célia, Cécilia(French) Cecília, Cili(Hungarian) Sheila, Síle(Irish) Cecilia(Italian) Cecilie, Cecilia, Sidsel, Silje, Sissel(Norwegian) Cecylia(Polish) Cecília, Célia, Cila(Portuguese) Cecilia(Romanian) Tsetsiliya(Russian) Sìleas(Scottish Gaelic) Cecília(Slovak) Cecilija, Cilka(Slovene) Cecilija(Sorbian) Cecilia, Celia(Spanish) Cecilia, Cilla(Swedish)
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Entry updated October 11, 2012