Plautius, Plautia


Origin: Latin
Meaning: derived from the Latin word plaustrum meaning “wagon” or “cart.”
Pronunciation: (Plow-shus); PLOW-see-oos)

Plautius was a common Roman praenomen. It was borne by the consul Aulus Plautius and the first wife of Emperor Claudius, Plautia Urganilla.

Plautilla is a dimuntive form of the feminine Plautia.

Other forms include:

  • Plauzio (Italian)
  • Plaucjusz (Polish)
  • Plaucio (Spanish)

Feminine forms

  • Plauzia (Italian)
  • Plaucja (Polish)
  • Plaucia (Spanish)

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