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Lavinia

From the Shakespearean play Titus Andronicus

Origin

  • latin: Women of Rome; In Roman legend, Lavinia was the daughter of King Latinus and the wife of Aeneas, a Trojan hero in Greek and Roman mythology. According to legend, Aeneas founded the city of Lavinium and named it in honor of his wife.
  • spanish:

Alternative Spellings

Syllables: 3

International Variations

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