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Origin: South Africa
Region Origin: Southern Africa

Candice is a girl's name with a Latin origin, primarily derived from the Latin term "candidus," which means "bright" or "shining". The name is a variant of Candace, which is associated with "clarity" or "pure". Candice also has connotations of "sparkling," "pure," and "shining" in various contexts, such as Greek and English baby names. The name has a rich history, dating back to ancient times when it was used to refer to the queen or queen mother of the African Kingdom of Kush. The origin of the name Candice can be traced back to the Greek or Meroitic term "Kandake" or "kdke". Candice has multiple transliterations, including Candis, Candyce, Candyse, Kandace, and Kandice, which further adds to the versatility of this unique name. As a given name, Candice may appeal to both religious and secular families due to its regal charm, old-world glamor, and connections to powerful female rulers in history.

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