Female, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European


Flavia is the feminine form of Flavius, an Ancient Roman family name meaning “blonde, golden, yellow” from Latin flavus via Proto-Italic *flāwos (yellow) which derives from a PIE root word.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Flávia (Portuguese)
  • Flavie (French)
  • Flaviana (Ancient Roman, Italian)
  • Flavienne (French)


Male forms:

  • Flavius (Ancient Roman)
  • Flávio (Portuguese)
  • Flavio (Italian, Spanish)
  • Flavia (Romanian)
  • Flavian (Latin)
  • Flavianus (Ancient Roman)
  • Flaviano (Italian)
  • Flavien (French)


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