Glaucia

Glaucia

Glaucia has origins in multiple languages, notably Portuguese, Greek and Latin. As the feminine version of Glaucio, Glaucia is understood to mean "bluish grey." In Greek mythology, Glaucia is a daughter of Scamander, the Trojan river god. It is a rare name in the United States and is not frequently used.

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