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Origin: Austria
Region Origin: Western Europe

Claudia is a girl's name derived from Latin and Roman roots, meaning "lame" and "enclosure". The name has its origins in the Latin word "claudus," which means "lame" or "crippled," and is the female version of Claudius. In Biblical terms, Claudia was a Christian woman of ancient Rome who St. Paul mentioned in a letter to Timothy in the New Testament. The name Claudia has been used throughout history in various forms and languages, including Klaudia, Cláudia, and Klavdia. It is a common name in countries that speak Germanic languages and Romance languages. Despite its etymology, Claudia has remained a timeless and classic choice for parents, with a melodic ring that has graced celebrities throughout pop-culture history.

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