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How to pronounce Felicia féli-cia What does my name mean?
Meanings: Lucky Successful Great Happiness Happy Fortunate Enjoying Good Luck Latin origin, English, Spanish the form of Felizia (meaning: the Happy). Namesake: Felicia Langer, Israeli writer and human rights activist.
Full form of Félicia : Forgiving Lively Ingenious Composed Independent Altruistic
Félicia is not a native United States and Félicia may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
History of Felicia
Young christian slave in Carthage, North Africa, at the beginning of the 3rd century, Faithful will put her child into the world at the bottom of her jail, a few days before the public games organized s in favor of Cesar GÃ © ta. She will succeed in making her child escape. She enters the amphitheater and undergoes the caprices of wild animals for the entertainment of the crowd, March 7, 203.
Expression number of Félicia is 4. Their optimism is flawless. Organizing and managing qualities are possessed by Félicia. These women always see the good side of things, even when things are not going well. By systematic and methodical approach Félicia turns their dream into reality. They relax the entourage by their calm and sympathy. Félicia are extremely sincere and honest. Lymphatic in appearance, they are in fact still in action, but at their own pace, with certain efficiency. Practical spirits, they do not seek noon at four o'clock. They are greedy and like the good table.
Names that rhyme with Felicia Famous people named Felicia
Felicia Lester in Blur 2 as Actress
Felicia Montealegre in Flowers from a Stranger as Actress
Felicia Rudolph in Chapter 32 as Casting Department
Felicia Deel in Species II as Actress
Felicia Cooke in Felicia as
Lissette Feliciano in Better Off Alone as Actress
Felicia Taylor in Coming to America as Actress
Felicia Brottom in Svar med foto as Actress
Felicia Culotta in Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience as
Felicia Shulman in Lost and Delirious as ActressNames like Felicia Felicia Namesakes Related Names: Fela Felabeorbt Felabeorht Felamaere Felando Felberta Felcia Felder Felding Feldon Feldtun Feldun Felechia Felecia Felecie Felecity Feleica Feleicia Feleisha Felelolie Comments :Joana Stager Felicia is a proper name of the person Italian women. The name comes from the Late Latin Felicia, feminine form of Felix, Felicius, and means "lucky", "who has successfully"  or "happy", "happy". In England it is occasionally used since the Middle Ages, and by the sixteenth century it was occasionally confused with the name Phyllis . The name Feliciana is a derivative patronymic of Felicia.
Variants of the name are Spanish : Felicia, Hungarian : Felicia, Felícia, Swedish : Felicia, German : Felicie, Latin : Felicia, Dutch : Felicia, Polish : Felicja.
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