Urszula name meaning
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Urszula Name Meaning

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Urszula

   
Pronounciation
UHR Shoo Lah

Meaning of Urszula

Little Female Bear

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A borrowing from Middle Latin, Ursula is a diminutive of the Latin ursa (she-bear). The name was borne by a legendary 4th-century saint, a Christian British princess said to have been martyred along with eleven thousand virgins by the Huns at Cologne. The story was very popular in the Middle Ages, which helped establish the name throughout England and Europe.
Urszula also appears in following countries/origins/languages: Australian, German, Latin
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Urszula Radwanska
(born December 7, 1990, Ahaus) is a Polish tennis player and a younger sister of Agnieszka Radwanska. Height: 1.73 m, weight: 55 kg, residence: Kraków.
 
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