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
Middle French
1572/3 Claude WCS p. 7; 1573 Claude ibid. p. 41, p. 8; 1580 Claude ibid. p. 87
1576 Glaudine WCS p. 12; 1578 glaudine ibid. p. 86; 1589 Claudine ibid. p. 48; 1594 Claudine ibid. p. 51; 1598 Claudine ibid. p. 52
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 2020, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2020/1/name/Claudia.