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Origin: Ghana
Region Origin: Western Africa

Felicity is a female given name of English origin, meaning "happiness". It is derived from the Latin word "felicitas," which means "luck" or "good fortune". The name is also used as a form of the Latin name "Felicitas," taken from the name of the Ancient Roman goddess Fortuna. In addition to its Latin roots, Felicity is a variant of the French name "Félicité," which also means "happy" or "bliss". The name has been used in various civilizations and may have multiple origins, but it has predominantly English and Latin origins. The origin background of the name Felicity can be traced back to Ancient Rome, where it was associated with the goddess Fortuna, who represented good fortune and prosperity. The name became popular in Christianity, particularly in England, during the Middle Ages, and has been used as the name of several saints, including Saint Felicity of Rome, a 2nd-century Christian martyr and saint. The name Felicity has since been used by various notable people, including athletes, adventurers, film producers, and writers.

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