RHIANNA f English Pronounced: ree-AN-a Modern name, probably a short form of RHIANNON or an elaboration of RHIAN.
RHIANNON f Welsh, Welsh Mythology Pronounced: hri-AN-awn (Welsh), ree-AN-un (English), REE-an-un (English) Derived from Old Celtic Rigantona meaning "great queen". In Welsh mythology Rhiannon was the goddess of fertility and the moon. This name is also borne by a princess in Welsh legends, the wife of Pwyll.
RHIAN f Welsh Derived from Welsh rhiain meaning "maiden".