Cianna

Meaning : May be a variant of the name Cian, meaning 'ancient' in Gaelic. Also associated with the name Sian, a Welsh form of the name Jeanne., Ancient,

Origin : Irish,

Pronunciation : (SEE-ah-Nah),

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Cianna Expression, Cianna Soul Urge, Cianna Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Cianna:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

additional

Additional information Cianna:

additionalFeminine form of Cian. Also an Italian form of Gianna.

urban

Definition funny of Cianna:

urbanA unique name that is usually given to stuningly beautiful women. They are usually tall, thin and in great shape and exude tons of confidence. If you happen to spot one in the wild you can look, but do not touch. Cianna's are very often too good for you and will not give you the time of day. Remember the Cianna you spot, because you probably will never see another one again.

urbanCianna beautiful confidence

urbanBeautiful, Smart, Opinionated, Full of life, Emotional. Has a smile that will light up your life.

urbanCianna is everything you could ask for.

songs

Songs about Cianna:

songsMarchin' Back (Feat. Ci'anna Moore) by G-Mo from the Album Take It or Leave It [Explicit]

songsWanna Get Wit You (Feat. Ci'anna Moore) by G-Mo from the Album Take It or Leave It [Explicit]

songsYou Make My World Go Around (Feat. Ci'anna Moore) by G-Mo from the Album Take It or Leave It [Explicit]

books

Books about Cianna:

booksThe Adventures of Princess Cianna by Amy Lee (Mar 31, 2011)

booksThe Adventures of Princess Cianna by Cianna Lee and Chris Major (Aug 10, 2010)

books"What If...": A Collection of Cianna's Stories by Miss Cianna N. Rogers and Mrs. Alta (Nana) Rogers (Jan 17, 2013)

booksHorn of Life Chronicles of Ci'Anna by V. I. Lewis (Nov 11, 2006)

wiki

Wiki information Cianna:

Ciannachta
Ethnicity

The Ciannachta were a population group of early historic Ireland. They claimed descent from the legendary figure Tadc mac Cein. They first appear in historical sources in the 6th century, and were found in several parts of the island, including in...

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