Cianna is a feminine baby name that originates among the Celtic people. It originates from a male baby name, Cian. Cianna is very popular in Ireland and the United Kingdom, but it is not yet on the top 1,000 list of the Social Security Popularity Index in America.
Meaning of the name Cianna:
Origin of the name Cianna:
Cianna was originally spelled Ciana in Ireland. According to tradition, the name was the feminine form of the baby name Cian. This latter name was an important character in Irish mythology, as he was the ancestor of the Cianachta people.
Symbolism of the name Cianna:
The baby name Cianna means “ancient” as it has the same meaning as the baby name Cian in Celtic culture. This meaning could come from the fact that Cian was an ancient ancestor of a tribe called the Cianachta.
Style of the name Cianna:
Gender of the name Cianna:
Cianna is a very feminine name.
Pronunciation of the name Cianna:
Number of syllables in the name Cianna:
Emotion evoked from the name Cianna:
Cianna is very feminine and pretty. It has a regal and refined feel to it.
Alternative spellings for the name Cianna:
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Popularity of the name Cianna:
Cianna has not yet been on the top 1,000 list of the Social Security Index. The alternative spelling, Ciana, is not on the list either. Neither is the male form, Cian.
Related names for the name Cianna:
Great middle names for Cianna and their meanings:
- Geovanni (God is gracious)
- Annamarie (grace, bitter)
- Claudia (lame)
- Battiste (to dip)
- Lucia (light)
- Jace (healer)
- Danielle (God is my judge)
- Kayson (rejoice, the healer)
Famous people with the name Cianna:
No famous people to note are available with the baby name Cianna.
Ciannas in popular culture:
There are no fictional characters that currently exist with the baby name Cianna.