|Related names||Cosmo, Cosimo|
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Cosima is a feminine given name, the feminine version of the name Cosimo. It is derived from the Greek word κοσμος or kosmos, meaning "order, decency." Cosmo was a fourth-century saint who was martyred with his brother Damian. They are the patron saints of medical doctors. An Italian male version of the name is Cosimo. Authors Pamela Redmond Satran and Linda Rosenkrantz commented in their 2007 book The Baby Names Bible that the name sounds exotic and is a fashionable name for the daughters of members of high society in the United Kingdom.
- Côme (French)
- Cosimo (Italian)
- Cosma (Italian)
- Cosme (French), (Portuguese), (Spanish)
- Cosmin (Romanian)
- Cosmo (English), (German), (Italian)
- Kuzma (Russian)
- Cosmina (Romanian)
It may refer to:
- Cosima De Vito
- Cosima Littlewood, young actress who played Adele in the 2006 mini series Jane Eyre
- Cosima von Bülow Pavoncelli
- Cosima Wagner
- Lady Cosima Windsor, born 2010, daughter of Alexander Windsor, Earl of Ulster and 22nd in line of succession to the British throne.
- Cosima Diamond, daughter of Nigella Lawson and the late John Diamond.
- Cosima Niehaus, one of the clones played by Tatiana Maslany in BBC America's hit show Orphan Black
- 644 Cosima, an asteroid
- COSIMA (science instrument), a science experiment on board the Rosetta spacecraft
- Cosima (album)
- Cosima (novel)
- Cosima Niehaus, a character in the television series Orphan Black
- Behind the Name
- Rosenkrantz and Satran (2007), p. 66)
- Rosenkrantz, Linda, and Satran, Pamela Redmond (2007). The Baby Names Bible. St. Martin's Griffin. ISBN 978-0-312-35220-2
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