Roman Baby Names With Meanings
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Roman Baby Names List
|Acilia||The women of fire, one who is made of fire||Girl|
|Aegidius||A young goat, or a shield from young goat skin||Boy|
|Aelia||The female form or Aelius; Sun||Girl|
|Aellius||The sun, name of Roman emperor Handrian||Boy|
|Aemilia||Excel or emulate like sun||Girl|
|Aemilie||Estonian form of Emily. It means work.||Girl|
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|Aerthirn||From the royal Roman clan||Boy|
|Agrippa||Roman cognomen of unknown meaning||Girl|
|Amabilis||Beautiful, loving people who are spontaneous and happy-go-lucky||Unisex|
|Antoonia||Estonian form of Antonia. It means highly praiseworthy.||Girl|
|Augustu||Sicilian form of Augustus, meaning venerable.||Boy|
|Aurav||God of Dawn; Goddess of Dawn||Boy|
|Aureliu||A form of Aurelius, meaning golden or gilded.||Boy|
|Barbora||form of Barbara used in Czech and Slovak||Girl|
|Caiu||A form of Caius, meaning to rejoice.||Boy|
|Cajus||He will rejoice||Boy|
|Carinu||Sicilian form of Carinus, meaning dear or beloved.||Boy|
|Ceres||Goddess of growth and agriculture||Girl|
|Cessily||It means blind; they are the sixth one||Girl|
|Cessy||The one who is blind||Unisex|
|Cezar||They are hairy||Boy|
|Cilistinu||Sicilian form of Caelestinus. It means of the sky or heavenly.||Boy|
|Ciprian||A martyr and a bishop under the emperor Valerian||Boy|
|Claritia||Bright, attention gainer and clear||Girl|