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Gender: F Pronunciation: ZEEN-ee-ah Meaning of Xenia: "hospitable, welcoming" Origin of Xenia: Greek

The name of a Christian saint and a city in Ohio, Xenia is one of the more accessible and intriguing x names. It is the name of one of the Bond Girls--played by Famke Janssen in the film "GoldenEye."

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Famous People Named Xenia

Xenia (sen-ya) singer on television show The Voice.
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Pop Culture References for the Name Xenia

Xenia - heroine in Barbara Cartland's book Love Leaves at Midnight

Xenia (Greek trans: "guest-friendship") is the ancient Greek concept of hospitality, the generosity and courtesy shown to those who are far from home. The Greek god Zeus is sometimes called Zeus Xenios in his role as a protector of travelers. The concept of Xenia is directly opposed to that of xenophobia (fear/hate towards foreigners).

Xeenia, Xene, Xia, Xiomara, Zeena, Zenam, Zina, Zyna

Xenia's International Variations

Chimene (French) Ksenia, Aksiniya, Oksanochka (Russian) Zene, Zenina, Zena, Zenda, Zenia, Oksana, Xena, Zenna (Ukranian)

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