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belville Sun 07-Jun-09 21:11:18

Any thoughts? I love it and can't understand why it hasn't had a revival.

pippylongstockings Sun 07-Jun-09 21:24:22

My neice is called Cecila - nickname Cissy. I think both Celia and Cecila are great names but really not keen on the shortening to Cissy.

My DS1 dinner lady is called Celia he thinks she is fab! She's in her 60's and has taught him how to hold a knife and fork and cut food properly!

belville Sun 07-Jun-09 21:28:01

Lol- can you send her over to my 7 year old DS, pippy?

hester Sun 07-Jun-09 21:32:42

I like it. You've probably started the revival right here.

pippylongstockings Sun 07-Jun-09 21:33:38

Ha.... it doesn't mean he uses those skills!

Just he tells me how he does it at school!

slyandgobbo Sun 07-Jun-09 21:34:21

There is that Swift poem which might haunt her - "Celia, Celia, Celia sh*ts" it goes.
that would probably out me off.

mrswoolf Sun 07-Jun-09 21:54:42

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pasturesnew Sun 07-Jun-09 22:16:37

I like it. It means something to do with music, I think - is she the patron saint of music maybe?

Kbear Sun 07-Jun-09 22:22:32

I love it. I have a friend with this name and she is just lovely.

Tommy Sun 07-Jun-09 22:32:01

my sister is Celia smile

there is a girl in DS1's year who is Cecilia.

yes - she is the patron saint of music smile

Nighbynight Sun 07-Jun-09 22:50:00

It is a lovely name.

loobylu3 Mon 08-Jun-09 10:25:52

Lovely name!

Greensleeves Mon 08-Jun-09 10:27:32

I prefer Cecilia and Cecily

Celia a bit prim for me

sonniebonnie Mon 08-Jun-09 10:51:59

Cecilia means BLIND, so not a very nice association.....

Too bad, because it sounds lovely.

mopsyflopsy Mon 08-Jun-09 10:55:41

Actually, it does appear to derive from the Latin for Blind - just googled this:

Cecilia (pronounced /sɨˈsiːliə/ ses-SEE-lee-ə; Italian pronunciation: [tʃeˈtʃilja])
is a female given name of Latin origin meaning the way for the blind. It is derived from a Roman family name, which was itself derived from the Latin word caecus, meaning blind.

Ineedsomesleep Mon 08-Jun-09 21:14:19

Love Cecilia and Cecily and Celia. Like Cecily the best but this is probably because I used to know a very strong, kind and intelligent one that used to encourage me to travel the world.

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