Name Meaning: Virginia is of Latin origin and comes from the ancient Roman Clan name of Verginius. Virginia was originally spelled Verginia and the meaning of the name is Maiden.
So Virginia’s name means Maiden who is cocky.
Plane of Origin: London England
Height: Five feet
Weight: 100 pounds
Hair color: Dark Brown, curly and wavy, usually worn down or in brains of some sort.
Eye Color: Blue
Defining Characteristics: Virginia believes that she is the almighty one who can do no wrong and can do whatever she wants, even if it’s not technically legal or allowed. She loves to break rules for the thrills and defends everything she can. If a person tells her to sit, she will stand. If they tell her to eat she will drink.
She’s a little mistrusting, and thinks a little too high of herself. She’s some what of a brat and likes things done her way. However, when all is said and done, she has a kind and loyal heart, is an awesome friend too.
Brief History: Virginia’s mother Maia Hahn was raised in the rather well to do family of the Hahns. Although Maia had everything she could ever want in life, she was expected to do and say things she did not nessecerily want to do. Her parents even expected her to marry the extremely boring Mr. Wakerfield or rather the man was her cousin. Maia, refused to marry him, stating she wanted to be an actress and ran away to join the Theater Royal in Drury Lane London.
After she ran away, Maia fell in love with a stable man by the name of Garrison Falken, nine months later; Virginia was born taking her mother’s last name rather then her father.
From an early age, Virginia lead a rather extrodery life. Growing up in a theater was not something most children did. However, at the same time, this provided Virginia with a very culterized view of the world. She was schooled, in Latin and French, mathematics, reading and writing from the play writer who had been all over the world and knew all kinds of things. From her father, she learned how to ride a horse. From the dancing instructor, she learned how to dance. From her street friends, she learned how to fight. And from the chorography director, she learned how to fence. From her mother she learned all the things she needed to learn on how to become lady.
When Virginia was sixteen years old, after years of no contact from her mother’s family, Maia’s parents came for a visit. The concluded that Maia had fallen far beneath them, and that Virginia needed a proper up bringing and insisted that Virginia come and live with them. To be educated in all the fine manors as a lady. The could not have one of their own behaving so badly.
The next day, Virginia left everything she new behind and went to live in Bath with her mother’s horrid family. Something she is not looking forward to in the least.
Business, you know, may bring you money, but friendship
hardly ever does.
~ Jane Austen ~
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