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Gender: F Meaning of Camila: "young ceremonial attendant" Origin of Camila: Latin Camila's Popularity in 2015: #43

The Spanish Camila, pronounced ka-MEE-la, is the fastest rising version of this ancient Roman name, but recent royal Camilla may have helped promote the British brand. In Roman myth, Camilla was a swift-footed huntress so fast she could run over a field without bending a blade of grass.

Famous People Named Camila

(Maria) Camila O'Gorman (Ximénez), Argentine socialite and figure of scandal
Camila Ía González Sodi, Mexican singer, actress and model
Camila Giorgi, Italian tennis player
(Karla) Camila Cabello, singer of American girl group Fifth Harmony
Camila Alves McConaughey, Brazilian model, wife of actor Matthew McConaughey
Camila Castillo, Venezuelan fashion designer and contestant on TV's "Under the Gunn"
Camila Bordonaba (Roldán), Argentinian actress/singer
Camila Pitanga, Brazilian actress
Camila Vezzoso, Miss Uruguay 2012
Camila Silva (Espinoza), Chilean tennis player
Camila Islas (Villasaña) (b. 2002), daughter of actor Mauricio Islas and singer Patricia Villasaña
Camila Peralta Moussier (b. 2003), daughter of actress Sabine Moussier
Camila Galavis (Rodriguez) (b. 2009), daughter of footballer and reality TV personality Juan Pablo Galavis ("The Bachelor") and actress Carla Rodriguez
Camila Victoria Cutié (b. 2010), daughter of author, TV personality and former priest Albert Cutié
Camila Cora, daughter of baseball player Alex Cora
Camila Fernandez (Guinart), daughter of singer Alejandro Fernandez
Camila Arredondo (b. 2013), daughter of actors Héctor Arredondo and Carla Hernández

Pop Culture References for the name Camila

Camila aka La Perichole, highly talented and bewitching actress in 'The Bridge of San Luis Rey' (1927) by Thornton Wilder
Camila Flores, main character in Mexican telenovela "Camila"
Camila, Mexican soft rock band

Camila's International Variations

Cama, Camile, Camala (Spanish) Milla, Kamilka (Polish) Kamila, Kamilla (Hungarian) Camelia (Romanian)