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The feminine name Camila derives from the Latin and masculine "Camillus", the name received by acolytes in a ritual of ancient Roman religion. It means "the one who is present in God" and "the one who offers sacrifices".
As we have told you, Camila is the translation from "Camillus" to the feminine, the name received by the acolytes, followers, and assistants in religious services or processions during Roman times. Camila was a girl of noble birth and free status, who accompanied the flamenes (prestigious Roman priests) who could also help in the sacrifices. Later, in the Christian religion, the term began to be used to refer to those people who perform ceremonial tasks, such as lighting candles.
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