Other Origin(s):Roman
Meaning:Golden; Yellow-haired
Flavia is a gorgeous girl's name of Latin origin and an alternative form of Flavius, meaning "golden" or "yellow-haired." While fair hair is quite common, it's said to be coveted in the mythical world. In Norse folklore, Sif, the wife of the thunder god Thor, had hair so radiant that even Loki had to trim off his own piece of the treasure. As legend has it, the Greek goddess Aphrodite was also blessed with bright blonde tresses. Baby is beautiful, but there's no harm in showing their light-colored locks some love, too!
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