Aurelia is a feminine given name from the Latin family name Aurelius, which was derived from aureus meaning "golden". The name began from minor early saints but was given as a name due to its meaning, and not from where it originated. Aurelia may refer to:
- A woman of the gens Aurelia of ancient Rome
- Annia Aurelia Galeria Lucilla, second daughter of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius
- Aurelia Cotta, mother of Julius Caesar
- Aurelia of Lebanon, guardian of the Cedar Mountains in Lebanon around 17 B.C.
- Aurelia of Strasbourg, saint
- Aurélia de Souza, Portuguese painter
- Aurelia Dobre, gymnast from Romania
- Aurelia Pentón, Cuban track and field athlete
- Aurelia Plath, mother of American poet Sylvia Plath
- Aurelia Tizón, first wife of Argentine president Juan Perón
- Aurelia Trywianska, Polish hurdler
- Aurelia (genus), genus of jellyfish in the Ulmaridae family
- Aurelia, synonym for chrysalis
- Aurelia (crater), crater on Venus
- 419 Aurelia, asteroid
- Aurelia and Blue Moon, hypothetical Earth-sized planet orbiting a red dwarf star
- P. Aurelia, paramecium
- Aurelia, Iowa, a small city in the United States
- Via Aurelia, a road, dating back to the Roman Empire, from Rome northwestwards along the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Ligurian Sea
- Orillia, a city in Ontario, Canada which may have been originally spelled "Aurelia".
- The Lancia Aurelia, an automobile
- Aurelia, a hymn tune for The Church's One Foundation by Samuel Sebastian Wesley
- The USS Aurelia (AKA-23), a ship in the US Navy
- The Federal Republic of Aurelia, a fictional country in Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception
- Aurélia (1855), by Gérard de Nerval
- Sub-sector Aurelia, where Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II takes place.
- The title character of Giraudoux's The Madwoman of Chaillot
- The MS Aurelia, an ocean liner launched in 1938
- Aurelia: A Crow Creek Trilogy; tells about a relationship to the Missouri River, the novel also has a lot of History involved but is fiction
- Aurelia: is a mystery/romance novel telling about how a King's son overthrows him to protect the Princess Aurelia from his father's spy
- Aurelia (Brooks) Harlan: author of Owen Meredith; a critical biography of Robert, first earl of Lytton
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