Cecilia has origins in Latin. The name is the feminine form of the Roman clan name Caecilius, which is derived from the Latin word "caecus," meaning "blind." The name is also shared by Saint Cecilia, who is known as the patron saint of music. Cecilia has remained steady in popularity for over 20 years and has been slightly increasing in use in recent years.
Similar Names: Cece, Cecille
Famous Cecilia Names: Cecilia Bartoli (Italian mezzo-soprano), Cecilia Parker (actress)