Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Claudia f. Latin Claudia from claudus 'lame', the name of two Roman gentes, one patrician, one plebeian. Fem. of Claude.

England
Walloon
1583/4 Claudine RWC p. 8; 1590 Claudine ibid. p. 14; 1591 Claudine ibid. p. 17; 1591/2 Claudine ibid. p. 20; 1592/3 Glodine ibid. p. 25
France
Latin
1503 Claudia (nom) MHCG2 278
Middle French
1501 Claude MHCG2 274; 1563 Claude RegPCC-1 p. 38; 1564 Claude ibid. p. 57; 1565 Claude ibid. p. 128; 1566 Claude ibid. p. 197; 1567 Claude ibid. p. 302; 1571 Claude ibid. p. 567; 1572 Claude ibid. p. 495; 1587 Claude RTFProvins 17
Switzerland
Latin
1436 Glauda (abl) MHCG2 210, Glaudam (acc) ibid. 210; 1492/3 Glaudie (dat) ibid. 253; 1493 Claudia (nom) ibid. 254, Claudie (gen) ibid. 257; 1494 Glaudia (nom) ibid. 259; 1497/8 Glaudie (gen) ibid. 263
Middle French
1501 Claude MHCG2 271
1563 Claudine MHCG2 341
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Claudia". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2019, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2019/1/name/Claudia.