Celia may refer to:
- Celia (film), a 1988 Australian drama film
- Celia (TV series), a Spanish TV-series based on Elena Fortún's novels
- Hurricane Celia, which hit Texas and Cuba in 1970
- Celia, the last natural-born Pyrenean Ibex
- Celia (song), a 2011 single by New Zealand recording artist Annah Mac from her album Little Stranger
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Other articles related to "celia":
... Celia is a given name for females of Latin origin, as well as a nickname for Cecilia, Celeste, or Celestina ... As a derivative of Cecilia, Celia can also mean "blind" or "musical" ... Celia was popular in British pastoral literature in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, stemming from Shakespeare's use in the play As You Like ...
... Celia managed to relax her face and delivered a convincing performance, winning her jewelry from Ara Vartanian worth over $7,000, which she shared with Allison ... Allison's composure on set got praise and Celia was lauded for looking fresh and being creative ... Although Celia was deemed to have a better portfolio, the judges felt that she continued to look old in her pictures and was ultimately eliminated while ...
... Celia Donald was a fictional character in the long-running Australian police drama Blue Heelers first portrayed by Helen Trenos ... Celia was heavily involved in many different Mount Thomas organisations, such as the local Racing club ...
... Allison Most likely to star in a Twilight movie Aminat Most banging body Celia Fiercest personal style Fo Most likely to be on a "Guess my race" show ... Celia got her one featurette about her personal style and London went on to preach on the streets of New York City ... Those included Fo's haircut, Celia's rebellion against Tyra and Natalie's and Aminat's face off ...
... Celia, lo que dice ("What Celia Says" or literally, "Celia, What She Says") is the first in the series of children's novels by the famous Spanish author Elena Fortún ... which were written from the perspective of a seven-year-old girl named Celia Gálvez de Montalbán, narrated the life of the protagonist living in Madrid with her family ... Celia, who was an extremely popular character from her first appearance through the 1960s, was characterized as a girl who often questioned the world ...
Famous quotes containing the word celia:
“When other Ladies to the Shades go down,
Still Flavia, Chloris, Celia stay in Town;
Those Ghosts of Beauty lingring there abide,
And haunt the places where their Honour dyd.”
—Alexander Pope (16881744)