What is the meaning of the name Camila?
The name Camila is primarily a female name of Italian origin that has an unknown or unconfirmed meaning.
Camila is derived from the name Camillus. Camilla is the name of a warrior maiden from Roman mythology, who was said to have been a skilled archer and a member of the army of King Turnus during the war against Aeneas.
Five famous people named Camila/Camilla include:
Camila Cabello: A Cuban-American singer, songwriter, and actress known for her hit songs like "Havana" and "Señorita."
Camila Mendes: An American actress best known for her role as Veronica Lodge on the popular television series "Riverdale."
Camila Giorgi: An Italian professional tennis player who has won multiple titles on the Women's Tennis Association tour.
Camila Sodi: A Mexican actress and model who has appeared in several movies and television series, including "Luis Miguel: La Serie."
Camilla Parker Bowles - Also known as Camilla, Queen Consort of King Charles III.
Five fictional characters named Camila:
Camila Valdes: A character in the video game "Life is Strange 2." She is a college student who becomes friends with the main character, Sean Diaz.
Camila Torres: A character in the television series "Elite." She is a student at Las Encinas, the school around which the series revolves.
Camila Mendes: A character in the Brazilian television series "The Second Mother." She is the daughter of the main character, Val, and is estranged from her mother.
Camila: A character in the telenovela "La Usurpadora." She is the daughter of the main character, Paola, and is kidnapped by one of her mother's enemies.
Camila Vargas: A character in the television series "Queen of the South." She is the wife of the drug lord Epifanio Vargas and becomes involved in the drug trade herself after his death.