||Re: origin of 'Siona'
||Anneza (guest, 22.214.171.124)
||June 3, 2002 at 2:12:46 AM
||origin of 'Siona' by Confused Dad
I would guess that someone decided that s + i makes sh, and that Siona is Shona in disguise, which makes it a form of Seonaid, which is Gaelic for Janet . I don't understand anyone who says that a name is American Indian - there were so many tribes, so many languages, unless they can be more precise I'd write them off, frankly. Once I knew a Jewish girl called Ziona, and Zion is sometimes spelt Sion - could be that?
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