Flavia Origin and Meaning
The name Flavia is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "golden, blond".
An ancient Roman clan name, Flavia is one choice that's unusual but historic. Now a Top 60 name in Italy, Flavia has been a rarity in the US, but with the upswing in F names for girls, this could change. Seen more in literature than real life, Flavia was used as far back as an1580 romance, then in a William Dean Howells novel and as a Princess in The Prisoner of Zenda. Although the original pronunciation is FLAH-via, Flavie (as in flavor) could make a cute nickname.
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Flavia Rank in US Top 1000
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Famous People Named Flavia
- Flavia TitianaRoman empress
- Flavia CacaceItalian dancer on TV's Strictly Come Dancing
- Flavia BujorGerman writer
- Flavia PennettaItalian tennis player.
- Flavia Towerdaughter of novelist Daphne Du Maurier
- Flavia SaraivaBrazilian gymnast
- Flavia TumusiimeUgandan actress
- Flavia PansieriItalian U.N. diplomat
Flavia in Pop Culture
- Flavia Geminacharacter in "The Roman Mysteries" by Caroline Lawrence
- Flavia di Stefanocharacter in "The Raphael Affair" by Iain Pears
- Flavia de Luceeponymous character in the series by Alan Bradley
- Flaviacharacter in Fire Emblem: Awakening
- Princess Flaviacharacter in "The Prisoner of Zenda" by Anthony Hope
- Flaviacharater in G.A. Henty's "The Young Carthaginian"