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Gender: F Origin of Sienna: Italian place-name from orange-red color clay Sienna's Popularity in 2015: #229

The historic Tuscan city is spelled Siena, but the Sienna spelling, used by American-born English actress Miller, is rising even faster. Cable newsperson Campbell Brown chose Sienna for her daughter, as did Kevin James.

Sienna is currently popular throughout the English-speaking world; it's Number 17 in Australia, 20 in England and Wales, and also in the Top 100 in Canada, New Zealand, Ireland and Scotland.

Famous People Named Sienna

Sienna Rose Diana Miller, English actress and model
Sienna May Pompeo Ivery, daughter of American actress Ellen Pompeo

Pop Culture References for the name Sienna

Sienna, from the movie "The Bridge to Nowhere"
Sienna Blake, character from " Hollyoaks "
Sienna, from the TV series "Malibu County"
Sienna Cammeniti, from TV soap "Neighbours"
Sienna Martin, character in novel "The Lifeboat Clique"