Constantia Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Constance:
English cognate of the French Constantia, which is derived from the Latin constans (standing together, constancy).
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The name would be unique but not too out there, plus it's a beautiful.
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The name Constantia is of Late Latin origin (means steadfast), the English variant is Constance. Constantia was used by two daughters of two Roman Emperors, and a Danzig musician. It's an Edwardian Era name, and was quite popular back then. The name has never been ranked among top 1000, so it would be a great choice for parents who like rare names.
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Flavia Julia Constantia, daughter of Roman Emperor Constantius Chlorus and Flavia Maximiana Theodora
Flavia Maxima Constantia, daughter of Roman Emperor Constantius II and his third wife Faustina
Constantia Zierenberg, Danzig musician
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"To Constantia, Singing"(1817), poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Constantia Lorridaile, great-aunt to Lord Fauntleroy in "Little Lord Fauntleroy"(1886) by Frances Hodges Burnett
Constantia "Con", younger sister of Josephine in "The Daughters of the Late Colonel" (1922) by Katherine Mansfield