Definitions for corneliakɔrˈnil yə
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
fl. 2nd century b .c ., Roman matron: mother of Gaius and Tiberius Gracchus.
Category: Ancient History, Biography
in quiet use since the 18th century.
Origin: From Cornelia, name of a famous Roman matron, feminine form of the gens name Cornelius; in continental Europe, also a feminine form of the saint's name Cornelius.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
the daughter of Scipio Africanus and the mother of the Gracchi (q. v.), the Roman matron who, when challenged by a rival lady to outshine her in wealth of gems, proudly led forth her sons saying, "These are my jewels"; true to this sentiment, it was as the mother of the Gracchi she wished to be remembered, and is remembered, in the annals of Rome.
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