Ancient Roman Submitted Names

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PATROBAS m Ancient Roman, Ancient Greek
Derived from greeks "paternal". This is the name of a Roman christian mentioned in Paul's letter to the Romans.
PAULINOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Paulinus (see PAULINO).
PERTINAX m Ancient Roman, History, Literature
Derived from Latin pertinax "persistent, stubborn." This name was borne by a Roman Emperor from the 2nd century AD.... [more]
PHABIANOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Fabianus (see FABIAN).
PHABRIKIOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Fabricius (see FABRICE).
PHAUSTINOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Faustinus (see FAUSTINO).
PICTOR m Ancient Roman
From the Roman cognomen Pictor, which is derived from Latin pictor "painter." Quintus Fabius Pictor was a Roman historian from the 3rd century BC.
PLAUTUS m Ancient Roman, Ancient Roman (Anglicized)
Roman cognomen possibly meaning either "flat-footed" or "flat-eared" in Latin.... [more]
POMPEIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of POMPEIUS.
POMPO m Ancient Roman
Oscan equivalent of QUINTUS.
POPLIOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Late Greek form of PUBLIUS. In other words, you could say that this name is a late Greek variant of POUBLIOS.
POPPAEA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of POPPAEUS. Poppaea Sabina was the second wife of Nero.
POPPAEUS m Ancient Roman
Roman gens name of uncertain origin. It may be related to Latin populus "people".
PORTIUS m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin portus "port, harbour". Also note that there are instances where this name is a variant of PORCIUS.
POSTUMA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of POSTUMUS.
POSTUMUS m Ancient Roman
Roman praenomen, or given name, which meant "last, last-born" in Latin (postumus being a superlative of posterus "coming after, subsequent"). This was used specifically of posthumous children, i.e. boys born after the death of their father - the one born after the father's death obviously being the last... [more]
POTITIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of POTITIUS.
POTITIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile of which the etymological origin is most likely the same as that of the Roman cognomen POTITUS.
POTITUS m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen which was most likely derived from Latin potitus, which is the perfect participle of the verb potior meaning "to acquire, to obtain". Also compare the Latin adjective potior, which is the comparative of the adjective potis meaning "able, capable" (also see POTENS)... [more]
PRISCILLUS m Ancient Roman
Masculine form of PRISCILLA.
PROCESSUS m Ancient Roman (?), Late Roman (?)
Means "a going forward, advance, progress" in Latin. According to Christian legend Saint Processus was the name of a Roman soldier who guarded the apostles Peter and Paul when they were imprisoned at the Mamertine Prison in Rome, then converted to Christianity and was martyred.
PROCULA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of PROCULUS.
PROPERTIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman family name which was probably derived from Latin propero "to make haste, to be quick". Sextus Aurelius Propertius, better known as Propertius, was a 1st-century BC Roman poet. He was a contemporary of Virgil and Ovid.
PTOLEMOCRATIA f Ancient Roman
Roman feminine given name derived from the Greek πολεμηιος (polemeios) meaning "aggressive" or "warlike" and κρατος (kratos) meaning "power". This was the name of a character in the play Rudens of Plautus.
PUPILLUS m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin pupillus "orphan, minor, little boy", which is a diminutive of Latin pupus "boy." Lucius Orbilius Pupillus was a grammarian from the 1st century BC.
QUADRATILLA f Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen, meaning "quartered" and used as a feminine form of QUADRATUS. ... [more]
QUARTA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of QUARTUS. This was borne by a Catholic saint and martyr.
QUARTILLA f Ancient Roman
Diminutive of QUARTA. In Roman times it was usually given to the fourth-born child (from Latin quartus "fourth"). This was the name of a character in Petronius' 1st-century novel 'The Satyricon'.
QUARTUS m Ancient Roman
Roman praenomen, or given name, which means "fourth" in Latin.
QUIETA f Ancient Roman, Italian (Rare), Romanian (Rare), English (Rare), German (Swiss, Rare), Caribbean (Rare)
Derived from Latin quietus, -a, -um "quiet". This was the name of a saint.
QUINTA f Ancient Roman, Dutch (Rare), English (Rare), Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (Rare)
Feminine form of QUINTUS. However, it should be noted that in some modern-day countries, there are also cases where this name is a short form of names like QUINTILLA, QUINTINA and QUINTIANA.... [more]
QUINTIANUS m Ancient Roman, History
From the Roman cognomen Quintianus (originally written as Quinctianus), which was derived from the Roman nomen gentile QUINTIUS. This was the name of the father and a nephew of the Roman general Tiberius Claudius Pompeianus (2nd century AD), as well as of several Roman Catholic saints.
QUINTILLA f Ancient Roman, Afrikaans (Rare), Dutch (Rare), English (Rare), Italian (Archaic), Spanish (Latin American, Rare)
Latin diminutive of QUINTA, which thus makes this name the feminine equivalent of QUINTILLUS.
QUIRICUS m Ancient Roman
Older Roman form of CYRIACUS.
RADIX m Ancient Roman
Root, base. From the Latin radix, radicis.
REGOULOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Hellenized form of REGULUS. This name was borne by a legendary Greek saint from the 4th century AD.
ROMILIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of ROMILIUS.
ROMULAN m Ancient Roman
Derived from the Roman name Romulanus, which is derived from ROMULUS. In Popular Culture, this is the name of an alien race from Star Trek.
ROSCIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of ROSCIUS.
ROSCIUS m Ancient Roman
From a Roman nomen gentile, which was derived from Latin ros "dew" via roscidus "dewy, wet". This name was borne by several ancient Romans, one of them being an ancient Roman actor named Quintus Roscius Gallus.
ROSIUS m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin rosa "rose", though a connection with Latin ros "dew" may also be possible (see ROSCIUS). The best known bearer of this name was the Roman consul Rosius Regulus.
RULLIANUS m Ancient Roman
From the Roman agnomen or cognomen Rullianus, which was derived from the nomen gentile RULLIUS.... [more]
RULLIUS m Ancient Roman
From the obscure Roman nomen gentile Rullius, which was ultimately derived from the cognomen RULLUS.
RULLUS m Ancient Roman
From the Roman cognomen Rullus, which was derived from Latin rullus meaning "rustic" as well as "boorish, uncultured" and (in some cases) "beggar".... [more]
RUPILIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of RUPILIUS.
RUPILIUS m Ancient Roman
From a Roman nomen gentile, which was probably derived from Latin rupes "rock, cliff". This name was borne by a Roman statesman from the 2nd century BC.
RUSSUS m Ancient Roman
From the fairly obscure Roman cognomen Russus, which was derived from the Latin adjective russus meaning "red".... [more]
RUSTICUS m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin rusticus "rural, rustic", which was in turn derived from Latin rur "open land, country." Fabius Rusticus was a Roman historian from the 1st century AD.
RUTILIA f Ancient Roman, Italian (Tuscan, Rare), Spanish (Latin American, Rare)
Feminine form of RUTILIUS. This name was borne by the maternal grandmother of Julius Caesar.
RUTILIUS m Ancient Roman
From the Roman nomen Rutilius, which is derived from Latin rutilus "red." This name was borne by a Roman poet from the 5th century AD.
SABINOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Sabinus (see SABINA).
SALINATOR m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen or agnomen which was derived from the Latin noun salinator meaning "salter, salt merchant, salt dealer". The word is ultimately derived from the Latin noun sal meaning "salt"... [more]
SALLUSTIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of SALLUSTIUS. A well-known bearer of this name was Sallustia Orbiana, who had briefly been the wife of Roman Emperor Alexander Severus.
SALLUSTIUS m Ancient Roman
Possibly derived from (or otherwise etymologically related to) Latin sallere "to salt, to preserve with salt" or from Latin saliō "to leap, to jump, to spring". There have been several bearers of this name throughout history, such as Gaius Sallustius Crispus, a Roman historian from the 1st century BC.
SATORNINOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Late Greek variant of SATOURNINOS, which is the ancient Greek form of SATURNINUS.
SAWIRIS m Ancient Roman (Arabized)
Arabized form of SEVERUS. This was the name of a 10th-century Coptic Orthodox bishop.
SCAURA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of SCAURUS. A bearer of this name was Aemilia Scaura, the second wife of Pompey the Great (1st century BC).
SCAURUS m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from the Latin adjective scaurus meaning "with swollen ankles, club-footed." The word is ultimately derived from Greek σκαῦρος (skauros) meaning "lame", which is etymologically related to Sanskrit khora "lame"... [more]
SCIPIO m Ancient Roman, Italian, African American (Archaic)
Roman cognomen derived from Latin scipio or scipionis meaning "staff, walking stick". A known bearer of this name was Scipio Africanus, a Roman general from the 2nd century BC.... [more]
SCRIBONIA f Ancient Roman, Italian
Feminine form of SCRIBONIUS. Scribonia was the name of the second wife of Augustus, the first Roman emperor, and the mother of his daughter Julia.
SCRIBONIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile, which is derived from SCRIBONUS.
SCRIBONUS m Ancient Roman
Possibly derived from Latin scribere "to write", perhaps even in combination with Latin bonus "good, well", thus meaning "to write well." This was the name of Scribonus Largus, a Roman physician from the 1st century AD.
SECUNDA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of SECUNDUS.
SEDULIUS m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin sedulus "zealous, diligent, sincere." This name was borne by a Christian poet from the 5th century AD.
SEKOUNDOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of SECUNDUS. This name was borne by a Greek Cynic or Neopythagorean philosopher from the 2nd century AD.
SEMPRONIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman family name, possibly derived from Latin sempiternus meaning "eternal".
SEOUERA f Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of SEVERA. Also compare the names SILVANUS and SILOUANOS, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
SEOUERIANOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of SEVERIANUS. Also compare the names SILVANUS and SILOUANOS, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
SEOUERINOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of SEVERINUS. Also compare the names SILVANUS and SILOUANOS, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
SEOUEROS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of SEVERUS. Also compare the names SILVANUS and SILOUANOS, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
SEPPIUS m Ancient Roman
Oscan equivalent of SEPTIMUS.
SEROUIOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of SERVIUS. Also compare the names SILVANUS and SILOUANOS, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
SERTOR m Ancient Roman
Uncommon Roman praenomen of debated etymology. Some argue that it is derived from a shared root with SERVIUS whilst others cite satio meaning "a planted field" or adsertor meaning "a person who asserts another's liberty".
SERTORA f Ancient Roman
Feminine version of the Roman praenomen SERTOR.
SERVILIA f Ancient Roman, Italian
Feminine form of SERVILIUS. A known bearer of this name was Servilia Caepionis (1st century BC), who was the mother of Caesar's assassin Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger.
SERVILIANUS m Ancient Roman
Extended form of SERVILIUS. This name was borne by the Roman senator and consul Quintus Fabius Maximus Servilianus (2nd century BC).
SERVILIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile which was derived from the Latin adjective servilis meaning "of a slave, slavish, servile", which is ultimately derived from the Latin verb servio meaning "to serve, to be in service, to be a servant/slave"... [more]
SERVIOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek
Late Greek and modern Greek form of SEROUIOS, which is the ancient Greek form of SERVIUS.
SEVERA f Ancient Roman, Late Greek, Italian, Russian (Rare), Spanish, Portuguese, Sardinian, Galician
Feminine form of SEVERUS. This name was borne by Aquilia Severa, the second and fourth wife of the Roman emperor ELAGABALUS (3rd century AD).
SEVERIANOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Late Greek form of SEOUERIANOS, which is the ancient Greek form of SEVERIANUS.
SEVERILLA f Ancient Roman
Diminutive of SEVERA, as it contains the Latin feminine diminutive suffix -illa.
SEVERINOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek
Late Greek and modern Greek form of SEOUERINOS, which is the ancient Greek form of SEVERINUS.
SEVEROS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Late Greek form of SEOUEROS, which is the ancient Greek form of SEVERUS. This name was borne by the 6th-century Greek saint Severos the Great of Antioch.
SEXTILIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of SEXTILIUS.
SOLANUM m & f Ancient Roman (Rare)
Means "of the sun", from the Latin word "sol", meaning "sun". ... [more]
SOSIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman family name which was possibly derived from Greek σως (sos) "safe, whole, unwounded".
SPORUS m Ancient Roman
Derived from Ancient Greek sporos, meaning "to sow, to reap". This was the name of a young Roman boy whom Nero castrated and married after he murdered his second wife, Poppaea Sabina. Nero married Sporus as he bore striking resemblance to his former wife.
STATIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of STATIUS.
STATILIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of STATILIUS. A known bearer of this name was Statilia Messalina, the third wife of the Roman Emperor Nero.
STATILIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile which was derived from STATIUS. A known bearer of this name was Titus Statilius Taurus, a Roman general and two-time consul from the 1st century BC.
STATIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman praenomen (which later also came to be used as a nomen gentile) of Oscan origin. The meaning is uncertain, but it may possibly have been derived from Oscan staít meaning "he stands", which would mean that it is closely related to Latin statuo "to set up, to erect, to cause to stand"... [more]
SULPICIA f Ancient Roman, Literature
Feminine form of SULPICIUS. This name has been borne by two Roman female poets. Also, in the "Twilight" novels written by Stephenie Meyer, Sulpicia is the name of the wife of Aro, the leader of a vampire coven named The Volturi.
SULPICIUS m Ancient Roman
From a Roman nomen gentile, of which the meaning is uncertain. Over time, this name has been borne by several ancient Romans, one of them being Servius Sulpicius Camerinus Cornutus, who was consul at Rome in 500 BC.
SUPERBUS m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from the Latin adjective superbus, which can mean "superb, excellent, superior" as well as "proud, haughty, arrogant". A bearer of this name was Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, a king of Rome who lived in the 6th century BC.
SYMPHERUSA f Ancient Greek (Latinized), Ancient Roman
Latinized form of SYMPHEROUSA. This name was used as a feminine cognomen in the Roman empire, especially in Roman Greece and Sicily. Also compare SYMPHOROSA.
SYMPHORA f Ancient Greek, Ancient Roman, French (African)
Feminine form of SYMPHOROS and its latinized form SYMPHORUS. Also compare the Greek noun συμφορά (symphora) meaning "a bringing together, collecting, contribution" as well as "misfortune, tragedy".... [more]
SYMPHORUS m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Ancient Roman
Latinized form of SYMPHOROS. This name was used as both a first name and a cognomen (often on slaves) in the Roman empire, especially in Roman Greece and Sicily.
TANAQUIL f Etruscan (Latinized), Ancient Roman
Latinized form of the Etruscan name Thanchvil which meant "gift of Thana", presumably from the name of a lost Etruscan goddess Thana combined with Etruscan cvil. This was the name of the wife of Lucius Tarquinius Priscus, the fifth king of Rome in the 7th century BC... [more]
TARKYNIOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Tarquinius (see TARQUIN).
TARQUINIA f Ancient Roman, Italian (Rare)
Feminine form of Tarquinius (see TARQUIN).
TATIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of TATIUS. A bearer of this name was the wife of Numa Pompilius, a king of Rome from the 7th century BC.
TENAGINO m Ancient Roman
Name of a Roman governor, Tenagino Probus, who lived in the 3rd century.
TERENTIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Terentius (see TERENCE). This was the name of the wife of Marcus Tullius Cicero.
TERENTIOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Terentius (see TERENCE).
THRAX m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin Thrax meaning "Thracian", which in turn was ultimately derived from Greek Thrakē, which came from the verb thrāssō "to trouble, to stir". This was the name of Maximinus Thrax (i.e. Maximinus the Thracian), the 27th Emperor of the Roman Empire.
TIBERINUS m Ancient Roman, Roman Mythology
Means "of the river Tiber" in Latin (also see TIBERIUS), as -inus is a Latin masculine adjectival suffix.... [more]
TIBULLUS m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen of uncertain origin. The only well-known bearer was Albius Tibullus, a Roman poet and elegist.
TITINIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of TITINIUS.
TITINIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile which was derived from TITIUS.
TITIUS m Ancient Roman, Biblical
From the Roman nomen Titius, which is derived from TITUS and/or Titanius (see TITANIA). This name was borne by Titius Aristo, a Roman jurist.
TORQUATUS m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin torquere "to twist, to spin, to writhe". This name was borne by Titus Manlius Torquatus, who was a Roman consul, censor and dictator during his life in the 3rd century BC.
TOULLIOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Tullius (see TULLIO).
TUCCIA f Ancient Roman, Sicilian, Roman Mythology
Feminine form of Latin Tuccius and Italian TUCCIO. This was the name of a vestal virgin in Roman legend.
TURIA f Ancient Roman
A mangled spelling of CURIA.... [more]
TURPILIUS m Ancient Roman
Probably derived from the Latin adjective turpis meaning "ugly, filthy, disgraceful", which itself derives from the Latin verb turpo "to make ugly, to defile, to disgrace". This name was borne by a Roman comic poet from the 2nd century BC.
ULPIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of the Roman nomen gentilicium Ulpius, ultimately derived from either an Umbrian cognate of the Latin word lupus meaning "wolf", or vulpus meaning "fox".
ULPIAN m Ancient Roman
A famous bearer is Ulpian (Latin: Gnaeus Domitius Annius Ulpianus; c. 170 – 223) who was a Roman jurist.
UMMIDIA f Ancient Roman
A feminine name derived from the gentile name UMMIDIUS.... [more]
UMMIDIUS m Ancient Roman
The name of a Roman gens.... [more]
URGULANIA f Ancient Roman
Meaning unknown, most likely of Etruscan origin. This name was borne by a noblewoman who was a close friend of the empress Livia.
URGULANILLA f Ancient Roman
Diminutive of URGULANIA. This name was borne by Plautia Urgulanilla, the first wife of Roman emperor CLAUDIUS.
VALENTINIANOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek
Late Greek and modern Greek form of OUALENTINIANOS, which is the ancient Greek form of VALENTINIANUS.
VALENTINOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek, Greek (Cypriot)
Late Greek and modern Greek form of OUALENTINOS, which is the ancient Greek form of VALENTINUS.
VALERIANOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek
Late Greek and modern Greek form of OUALERIANOS, which is the ancient Greek form of VALERIANUS.
VALERIOS m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek
Late Greek and modern Greek form of OUALERIOS, which is the ancient Greek form of VALERIUS.
VARIANUS m Ancient Roman
Extended form of VARIUS.
VARRO m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen of which the etymology is obscure, though there is a possibility that it might be of Etruscan origin. Known bearers of this name are Roman consul Gaius Terentius Varro (3rd century BC), Roman scholar Marcus Terentius Varro (1st century BC) and Roman poet Varro Atacinus (1st century BC).
VARUS m Ancient Roman
This name is a Roman family name meaning "bow-legged, knock-kneed, bent, crooked."... [more]
VENUSTIANUS m Ancient Roman
Extended form of VENUSTUS a personal name meaning devoted to Venus. A saint who was a companion with sabinus of spoleto.
VENUSTUS m Ancient Roman
Personal name meaning devoted to VENUS or meaning beautiful. Used by a couple of saints.
VERUS m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin verus "true."
VESPASIUS m Ancient Roman
Original name from which Vespasianus (see VESPASIAN) was derived. A bearer of this name was Vespasius Polla, the maternal grandfather of the Roman Emperor Vespasian.
VICESIMUS m Ancient Roman
Praenomen meaning "twentieth". An apocryphal name.
VINITIUS m Ancient Roman
Means "one who works on the vineyard, wine-grower". From the Latin vinitor.
VIPSANIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of VIPSANIUS.
VIPSANIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman family name of uncertain meaning. It was borne by the 1st-century BC Roman general Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa.
VIRIDIANUS m Ancient Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from the Roman nomen gentile VIRIDIUS.
VIRIDIUS m Ancient Roman
From a Roman nomen gentile, which was derived from Latin viridis "green".
VITALINA f Russian, Ukrainian, Italian, Ancient Roman
Russian, Ukranian, Italian, and Ancient Roman feminine form of VITALE.
VITELLIA f Ancient Roman, Theatre, Italian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Vitellius. This was the name of an Ancient Roman noblewoman, daughter of Emperor Vitellius (15-69 AC).... [more]
VITRUVIUS m American (Rare, Archaic), Ancient Roman, Popular Culture
Vitruvius is an Ancient Roman family name.... [more]
VIVUS m Ancient Roman
Means "alive, life" in Latin.
VOLESA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of VOLESUS.
VOLESUS m Ancient Roman
Roman praenomen ("first name") which is either of Oscan or Sabine origin and is generally thought to be etymologically related to (or even derived from) either the Latin verb valere meaning "to be strong" (see VALERIUS) or the Latin verb volo meaning "to will, to want" as well as "to wish, to desire"... [more]
VOLUMNIA f Ancient Roman, Literature
Feminine form of VOLUMNIUS. This name was used by Shakespeare in his tragedy Coriolanus, where it is the name of Coriolanus' mother. It is also used by Charles Dickens in his novel Bleak House, where it is the name of Sir Leicester Dedlock's cousin.
VOLUMNIUS m Ancient Roman
From a Roman nomen gentile which was derived from Latin volumen "roll, scroll". This was the name of a Roman politician from the 3rd century BC.
VOLUSA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Volusus (see VOLESUS).
VOLUSIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of VOLUSIUS. Notable bearers of this name include the Roman noblewomen Volusia Saturnina (1st century BC) and Volusia Cornelia (1st century AD), who each were the daughter of a Roman senator.
VOLUSIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile which was derived from VOLUSUS, a variant of the Roman praenomen VOLESUS.... [more]
VOLUSUS m Ancient Roman
Variant of VOLESUS. A notable bearer of this name was the Roman consul Marcus Valerius Volusus (died around 496 BC).
VOPISCA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of VOPISCUS.
VOPISCUS m Ancient Roman
Uncommon Roman praenomen of obscure origin. Gaius Plinius Secundus suggested that it was given to a child whose twin was stillborn, but this etymology is often rejected and widely contested.
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