Meaning : Stranger; foreigner, Hospitable, A derivative of Xenia, which means 'hospitable' and 'welcoming'. This name was borne by Saint Xenia, a 5th-century saint, who is honoured in the Eastern Church.,
Pronunciation : zina, (ZEEN-ee-ah), ZEE-nə ,
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Numerology information Xena:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Additional information Xena:
"Xena, Warrior Princess," TV show.
Popularised by the heroine from TV show 'Xena the Warrior Princess'.
Greek Meaning: The name Xena is a Greek baby name. In Greek the meaning of the name Xena is: Welcoming; hospitable.
Probably a variant of XENIA. This was the name of the main character in the 1990s television series 'Xena: Warrior Princess'.
Definition funny of Xena:
The main character in the popular television show "Xena: Warrior Princess."
Xena killed someone.
1. The main title character of the television show "Xena: Warrior Princess" that started in 1995. Spin off of "Hercules the Legendary Journeys" in which it surpassed in popularity, ratings, quality, acting, writing, and just about anything you can name. 2. A tough chick; pitbull in a skirt. Don't play no mess. 3. A white girl who looks like and/or has the body of Bettie Page.
Xena yells a-le-le-le-le-le! when she beat bitches up.
Star of the hit cult show about a 'warrior princess' (A spin off of the Hercules series). She is also a notorious lesbian icon (or 'dycon'.)
"I'm watching Xena." Or "As a lesbian, I like acting out my kinky Xena bondage fantasies."
1. Drop-dead gorgeous babe who turned from the ways of evil to become a warrior princess in ancient Greece (televised version), and fought off various sneaky types and CG divinities. Played by Lucy Lawless, who is almost as gorgeous. Fought with a ring-shaped discus weapon and her own considerable wits. Had a girlfriend, Gabrielle, played by Renee O'Connor. You became Xena's lover with the skill of a champion and the luck of the gods, and if you messed her about she'd slice your head off and feed it to the Minotaur. 2. 1500-mile diameter dwarf planet orbiting the Sun at 38 to 98 times Earth's distance every 557 Earth years, accompanied by at least one moon called Gabrielle in honour of the undying couple of the TV series. So named unofficially on their discovery; these objects have since been renamed Eris and Dysnomia, after a Greek goddess and her daughter demon of lawlessness, indicating that the International Astronomical Union has at best a subtle sense of humour.
Expression information Xena:
People with this name are competent, practical, and often obtain great power and wealth. They tend to be successful in business and commercial affairs, and are able to achieve great material dreams. Because they often focus so strongly on business and achievement, they may neglect their private lives and relationships.
Soul information Xena:
People with this name have a deep inner desire for a stable, loving family or community, and a need to work with others and to be appreciated.
Songs about Xena:
Xena: Warrior Princess - Main Theme (From the Original Score to "Xena: Warrior Princess") by Dominik Hauser from the Album Xena: Warrior Princess - Main Theme (From the Original Score to "Xena: Warrior Princess")
Theme From "Xena: Warrior Princess" by TV Sounds Unlimited from the Album Greatest TV Themes: The 90s
The Sweat Hut / Slapped Out Of It / Xena's In Town by Joseph LoDuca from the Album Xena: Warrior Princess - The Bitter Suite: A Musical Odyssey
Xena: The Warrior Princess by Daniel Caine Orchestra from the Album 100 Greatest TV Themes
Xena princesse guerrière by Camp Kitsch from the Album TV Theme Vintage 2000's
Xena Rap by Joseph LoDuca from the Album Xena: Warrior Princess: Lyre, Lyre Hearts On Fire
Friends In Need: Xena Vs. Yodishi by Joseph LoDuca from the Album Xena: Warrior Princess: Volume Six (Original Television Soundtrack)
Books about Xena:
Xena: Warrior Princess Official Guide To the Xenaverse by Rob Weisbrot (Jan 20, 1998)
Xena Warrior Princess Volume 1: Contest of Pantheons (v. 1) by John Layman and Fabiano Neves (Nov 27, 2007)
Xena/Army of Darkness Volume 2 (v. 2) by Brandon Jerwa, Elliott Serrano and Miguel Montenegro (Oct 27, 2009)
Xena Warrior Princess Volume 2: Dark Xena (v. 2) by John Layman and Noah Salonga (Mar 4, 2008)
Xena: Questward, Ho! (Xena, Warrior Princess) by Ru Emerson (Feb 1, 2000)
Xena Warrior Princess: Blood and Shadows by Dark Horse Comics (Jan 30, 2001)
Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor: Warrior Stars of Xena by Nikki Stafford (Mar 1, 1998)
Movies about Xena:
Xena: Warrior Princess Season 1 1995 TV-14 CC - Starring: Jay Laga'aia, Darien Takle, et al. Directed by: Doug Lefler
Xena: Warrior Princess Season 4 1998 TV-PG CC - Directed by: Josh Becker
Xena: Warrior Princess Season 2 1996 TV-PG CC - Directed by: Adam Armus and Nora Kay Foster
Xena: Warrior Princess 1998 TV-14 CC - Directed by: Andrew Merrifield
Xena: Warrior Princess: Season 4 2013 NR - Runtime: 16 hrs 4 mins Starring: Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor
Xena: Warrior Princess - Season Three 2012 NR - Runtime: 16 hrs 3 mins Starring: Lucy Lawless, Renee O'Connor, Ted Raimi, et al.
Xena Warrior Princess - Season Six 1995 NR - Runtime: 17 hrs 20 mins Starring: Lucy Lawless, Renée O'Connor, et al. Directed by: Charles Siebert, Charlie Haskell, et al.
Wiki information Xena:
Xena is a fictional character from Robert Tapert's Xena: Warrior Princess franchise. She first appeared in the 1995–1999 television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, before going on to appear in Xena: Warrior Princess TV show and subsequent...
Xena: Warrior Princess is an American/New Zealander television series filmed in New Zealand. The series aired in syndication from September 4, 1995, until June 18, 2001. The series was created in 1995 by writer-director-producer Robert Tapert under...