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  • proper n. A female given name.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A cavity.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See cœlia.
  • n. Any one of the ventricles or other cavities of the brain; an encephalic cavity; an encephalocele. Also spelled celia.


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Latin Caelia, feminine of Roman family name Caelius, probably from caelum "heaven", introduced into English by Shakespeare in As You Like It.


  • Mother blows on Celia, and she sits down in first attitude_.) _Celia: _ (_Taking up pigeon_.)

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  • Celia is the same age as Ross, his rebel sister with dyed hair and appropriately punk togs.

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  • At the office, Celia is practical and pulled together, but her home life buzzes with strife.

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  • Dad, Harry, will work in education, while mom, Celia, is a personal trainer (and former Olympic cyclist).

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  • In this vintage video, the bra looks ridiculously uncomfortable, but Celia is rocking that lamé dress ….

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  • What, Celia is going to be held captive next season for comic relief?

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  • The NYC marriage records didn't help, though I might have overlooked something, and searching earlier census for Celia Goldstein or Gussie Goldstein reveal what a common name Celia and Gussie are; too many to quickly sort out.

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  • Celia is older, prettier, more feminine and more popular than Annemarie.

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  • Celia is a thin, dark-haired gamine, with a relaxed, jokey style that makes my colleagues say — seconds after they reveal she's a nun — "But you'd never know it."

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  • Janet teaches worship at Union Theological Seminary, in New York City; Celia is my colleague in the religion department at Barnard College; and Beth is on the faculty of Fordham University.

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