Cornelia is a feminine given name. It is a feminine form of the name Cornelius. Nel or Nelly can be used as a shortened version of Cornelia (or Helen or Eleanor). Conny, Connie, Nele or Neele are popular German short forms used in their own right.
Cornelia may refer to:
- Cornelia Africana, mother of the Gracchi
- Cornelia Cinna minor, first wife of Julius Caesar
- Cornelia, a Christian saint martyred with Anesius
- Cornelia Bürki, Swiss long-distance runner
- Cornelia Dumler, German volleyball player
- Cornelia Dahlgren, Swedish singer and songwriter
- Cornelia Frances, English-Australian actress
- Cornelia Funke, German children's writer
- Cornelia Polit, East German backstroke swimmer
- Cornelia Otis Skinner, American actress, humorist, and playwright
- Cornelia van Nijenroode
- Cornelia Ten Boom, Author and Holocaust Survivor
- Cornelia Toppen
- Cornelia Hale, the Guardian of Earth in the W.i.t.c.h.-comics and TV-series.
- Cornelia li Britannia, a fictional character in the anime series Code Geass
- Cornelia (Rome Metro), an underground station on Rome Metro
- South Africa
- Cornelia, Free State, a town in South Africa
- United States
- Cornelia, Georgia, a community
- Cornelia, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community
- Lake Cornelia, a lake in Wright County, Iowa
- Cornelia Marie, a crabbing ship
- Cornelia (gens), list of the notable Roman men in the Cornelii family
- Cornelius (disambiguation), the masculine form of the name
- Corniglia, one of the five villages in the Cinque Terre, Italy
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