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Octavia may refer to:
- Octavia the Elder, elder half sister of Octavia Minor
- Octavia the Younger, sister of Augustus, younger half sister of Octavia Major and fourth wife of Mark Antony
- Claudia Octavia, the daughter of Claudius and Valeria Messalina and first wife of Nero
- Octahvia, American vocalist
- Octavia E. Butler, African-American science fiction writer (1947-2006)
- Octavia, the name taken by Mabel Barltrop of the Panacea Society in 1918
- Octavia Spencer, African-American actress best known for her Academy Award-winning portrayal of Minnie, the outspoken maid, in the 2011 film The Help.
- Oktawia Kawęcka, a jazz musician, singer, flutist, composer, producer and actress.
- Octavia (play), a tragedy mistakenly attributed to the Roman playwright Seneca the Younger that dramatises Claudia Octavia's death
- Octavia (opera), by Reinhard Keiser
- Octavia, a romance by Jilly Cooper
- Octavia (TV serial), an ITV adaptation of Cooper's novel, written by Jonathan Harvey
- Octavia (She-Ra), a character from the cartoon She-Ra: Princess of Power
- Octavia of the Julii, a character in HBO's television series Rome loosely based on Octavia Minor
- Octavia, Kielian snake in the Guardians of Ga'Hoole series. She is a nest maid for Ezylryb and Madame Plonk
- Octavia Melody, a fan-given name to a background character in the animated show My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
- Škoda Octavia, the name of mid-size family car introduced by the Czech automobile manufacturer Škoda Auto
- Octavia Sperati, a doom metal band
- Octavia Boulevard, a street in San Francisco, California
- Octavia (Bolivian Band), a Bolivian Pop rock band
- "Octavia", a song by Bruce Dickinson from the album Skunkworks
- 598 Octavia, an asteroid
- Octavia (effects pedal), developed originally for Jimi Hendrix
- Octavia, Nebraska, a village in Nebraska, USA
- Octavia, Oklahoma
- Octavia (plant genus), a former plant genus in the Rubiaceae family
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