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Cordelia is a feminine given name, popularly associated with Latincor (genitivecordis) "heart". It was borne by the tragic heroine of Shakespeare's King Lear (1606), a character based on the legendary queenCordeilla. The name is of uncertain origin as is related to the Celtic Welsh name Creiddylad, allegedly meaning 'jewel of the sea', although it may also be related to French through the Latin root for 'coeur de lion', translating as 'heart of a lion'.
Dutch adult comic strip by Belgian cartoonist "ILAH" Inge Heremans
The main character of the short story "Cordelia the Crude" by Wallace Thurman
Cordelia Frost, character in MARVEL's "Emma Frost" comics, Emmas'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, track written by Gordon Downie of The Tragically Hip; album: Road Apples (1991)