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Origin of the name CLEOPATRA.
Etymology of the name CLEOPATRA.
Meaning of the baby name CLEOPATRA.

  

CLEOPATRA.  Anglicized form of Greek Kleopatra (q.v.), meaning "glory of the father."
    Cleopatra "Cleo" Madonna Higgins, an English actress, dancer, singer, and songwriter.  Cleopatra Anderson "Cleo" Rocos, a UK-based comedy actress and TV and theatre producer and presenter. (Wiki)

... Cleopatra, with all her beauty and fame, did not hand on the name which she had received in common with a long course of daughters of Egypto-Greek kings.  Russia alone accepts it as a frequent Christian name, and it is occasionally to be found in England and America... (History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884)

    Cleopatra, a queen of Egypt.  She was the daughter of Ptolemy Epiphanes, and married her brother Ptolemy Philomater about B.C. 170, and on his decease she again married her second brother Ptolemy Physcon B.C. 146, by whom she was soon repudiated.
    Cleopatra, a queen of Egypt, and daughter of Ptolemy Philomater, by whose orders she was forcibly married to her uncle and father-in-law, Ptolemy Physcon, on his repudiation of her mother.  On the death of her husband she became co-sovereign with her son Ptolemy Soter II. B.C. 117, and then quarreling with him drove him from the throne, and placed her second son Alexander in his stead, who in return caused her to be put to death about B.C. 89.
    Cleopatra Berenice, a queen of Egypt, and daughter of Ptolemy Soter II.  See Berenice.
    Cleopatra, surnamed Tryphena, a queen of Egypt.  She was the wife of Ptolemy XIII., daughter of Ptolemy Neus Dionysius, and sister of the following Cleopatra.
    Cleopatra, a queen of Egypt, and the most famous of her race in history.  She was the daughter of Ptolemy Auletes, and was born about B.C. 69.  On his death she became sole queen, and then married her eldest brother Ptolemy, who was put to death by Julius Caesar, who reconfirmed her position on the throne.  She the married her second brother, also named Ptolemy, but growing tired of him caused him to be poisoned, and then visited Rome.  Her further career belongs to Classic history.  She died B.C. 30.
    Cleopatra, an Egyptian lady, the daughter of Ammonius, and the wife of Soter, archon of Thebes.  Her mummy and sarcophagus are in the British Museum.
    Cleopatra Candace, a Greco-Egyptian lady, the daughter of Ammonius, and wife of Soter by whom she was the mother of the lady Hathor-set-dsjatho, or, as the Greeks called her, Sensaos, which see. (An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).

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