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Gender: F Pronunciation: CLEE-uh-na Meaning of Cliona: "shapely" Origin of Cliona: Irish

Attached in Irish mythology to a Cliona who was, among other things, an inspirer of poets. Cliona is well-used in modern Ireland, along with Irish form Cliodhna, though it's largely unknown in the rest of the world.

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Famous People Named Cliona

Cliona (aka Cliodhna), Irish mythological figure, Queen of the Banshees of the Tuatha De Danann
Cliona Ni Chiosain, Irish actress

Pop Culture References for the name Cliona

Cliona, the grandmother of Grainne in "The Mermaids Singing" by Lisa Carey
Cliona is the main character in the fairy tale 'Mother Holle, or Cliona and the Three Caskets'