related to the word (literally "heartfelt, from the cordial heart")
allegedly "heart" or "daughter of the sea(
-god)", Jewel of the Sea (Welsh)
Delia, Dilly, Rory, Cordy, Lia
Cordeilla, Cordélia, Cordell, Cordilla, Cordoylla,
Cordelia is a feminine given name. It was borne by the tragic heroine of Shakespeare's (1606), a character based on the King Lear legendary queen Cordelia. The name is of uncertain origin. It is popularly associated with  Latin ( cor genitive ) " cordis heart", and has also been linked with the Welsh name Creiddylad, allegedly meaning "jewel of the sea", but it may derive from the French coeur de lion "heart of a lion".
Cordelia Botkin, American murderer
Cordelia of Britain, legendary queen of the Britons, youngest daughter of King Leir
Cordelia Bugeja, British actress
Cordelia de Castellane, French designer 
Cordelia Fine, British academic psychologist and writer
Cordelia Agnes Greene, 19th-century physician, philanthropist and suffragist from Upstate New York 
Cordelia Harvey, First Lady of Wisconsin Governor Louis Harvey, known for founding Civil War Orphans homes and advocating for war field hospital conditions
Cordelia Hawkins, eponym of the U.S. town of Cordele, Georgia
Cordelia Knott, wife of Walter Knott and founder of Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner Restaurant at Knott's Berry Farm
Cordelia Scaife May, philanthropist
Cordelia Mendoza, American antiquarian
Cordelia Strube, Canadian playwright and novelist
Cordelia Wilson, painter of New Mexico and American Southwest landscapes
In fiction [ edit ]
Cordelia (King Lear), a central character in William Shakespeare's tragic play , based on the story of King Lear King Leir An
anglicization of , the name of a character in Creiddylad Welsh mythology
Cordelia Abbott, in the television soap opera The Young and The Restless Cordelia Blake, titular character of the
Winston Graham novel Cordelia (published in 1949)
Cordelia Chase, character in the television series and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Angel
Cordelia Flakk, character in Jasper Fforde's Lost in a Good Book Lady Cordelia Flyte, in
(1945) by Brideshead Revisited Evelyn Waugh
Cordelia Gray, in two books by P.D. James
Cordelia Naismith, in the Vorkosigan Saga novels by Lois McMaster Bujold
Cordelia Ransom, in the Honorverse novels by David Weber Dutch adult comic strip by Belgian cartoonist "ILAH"
Inge Heremans The main character of the short story "Cordelia the Crude" by
Cordelia Frost, character in MARVEL's " Emma Frost" comics, Emma's sister. Cordelia is a 1980 Québec movie starring Louise Portal about real life Cordelia Corriveau, who was hanged in 1763 in Saint-Vallier, Québec, after being condemned for murdering her husband. She was after her death exposed in an iron cage at a crossroad.
Cordelia Winthrop Scott, 2011 Film Monte Carlo played by Selena Gomez
Cordelia Foxx, character in American Horror Story: Coven
Cordelia, character in James Lapine and William Finn's 1990 off-Broadway musical Falsettoland and later its two Broadway revivals, renamed Falsettos.
"Cordelia", track written by Gordon Downie of The Tragically Hip; album: Road Apples (1991)
Name of an album by solo
Post-Metal artist Ethan Kotel
Cordelia Gallant-Jamaican baby who started talking at 3mnths old but didn't grow teeth until 15mnths old.
References [ edit ]
^ Uckelman, Sara L. (21 January 2007). "Concerning the Name . MedievalScotland.org Cordelia" . Retrieved . 5 January 2013
^ C de C ( )
^ Cordelia Agnes Greene Archived 2008-07-06 at the Wayback Machine.