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Kiana Sādāt-Hosseini renowned as Little Kiana or Kiana of Nishapur also The Seven-year-old. Kiana was an Iranian seven-year Preschool student from Nishapur. She was kidnapped, raped and murdered by her aunt's husband Mehdi N in September 15, 2016. He was hanged in public 15 days later in September 30, 2016 in Nishapur with a special court order signed by Sadegh Larijani.
lilolaf  6/24/2017
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The name Kiana was given to 325 girls born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Kiana are female.
― Anonymous User  6/7/2017
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Kiana Tom is an American television host, fitness expert, author, actress, and businesswoman. She is best known as the hostess and creator of Kiana's Flex Appeal on ESPN. Tom was one of the cast members of the syndicated program BodyShaping, which began airing on ESPN in 1988.
cutenose  1/13/2017
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I like this name. I also prefer Kiana (1) to Kiana (2) because it is more meaningful.
ERK  12/4/2016
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I loooove this name and would love to use it, but I doubt that my partner would like it so I don't think I'll ever get to use it :( I adore Hawaiian names and love the meaning of this name, and I also really like its meaning in other languages too (such as Persian). It's a very cute name that isn't super common which is also nice. I would love to have a little Kiana running around. You could nickname her Kia, Ana, Kiki, and Nana.
Nani P  10/9/2016
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This is the best spelling of Kiana, in my opinion. When it is spelled "Kiyana," it is no longer Hawaiian, because the letter 'y' doesn't exist in the Hawaiian alphabet.
― Anonymous User  7/18/2015
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Kiana Madeira is a Canadian actress, best known for her role as Rachel Hennesey in the Disney movie Harriet the Spy: Blog Wars.
― Anonymous User  7/6/2014
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My older daughter name is Kiana Isabel and nickname Kiki. She is six now and likes her name. Everybody thinks that is unique and girly but is misspelled by many. It was my choice since I've liked it for a long time.
micko  2/5/2013
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Kiana can also be spelled Kiahna. I think it's a really pretty and feminine name. :)
foreverslowly  6/20/2012
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I think it looks better spelled Kiyana.
Megan1125  6/10/2010
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My friend has this name, I think it's cute. She said a while ago that it's Hawaiian for palm tree? I'm not too sure about whether this is true or not, does anyone know?
emmiix3  2/15/2009
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This is also an Iranian/Persian name. My three-year-old cousin, who is Persian, has this name.
― Anonymous User  9/30/2007
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It is pronounced key-AH-na.
― Anonymous User  5/19/2007
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Kiana is such a cute name. I have a friend named Kiana. Her nickname is KiKi.
flipflops5  5/13/2007
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Kiana means "nature" in Old Persian.
― Anonymous User  10/30/2006
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Also spelled Kianna.
― Anonymous User  6/16/2006
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Kiana can also be spelled Kiiyanna.
KaiSilvaPhantom  6/8/2006
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The Hawaiian Kiana is pronounced as "Kee-AH-nah" (according to the experts on BtN Facts board).
― Anonymous User  6/5/2006
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This name is also Persian--the feminine form of the name Kian. It can also be spelled Kyana.
websurfer  5/8/2006
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I have a friend named Kiana. She's really cool and nice! I wish I had her name, I don't like mine. Mine's so boring!
Emma Hia  3/10/2006
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This is a nice name. I love Hawai'ian names because they sound so flowery and peaceful.
ezy_lou  12/10/2005
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It's certainly true that Kiana is the Hawaiian language form of Diana, and that most of the girls who've been given the name since around 1988 when Hawaiian-born exercise expert Kiana Tom became famous can probably claim that derivation. However, most Kianas born in the mainland USA before 1988 received the name as a variant spelling of Qiana, the name of a silk-like fabric invented by the DuPont Corporation. Statistics clearly show that Qiana came first as a regularly used baby name in the mainland USA and that all the myriad spellings used in the African-American community in the 1980s (Keonna, Kianna, Keyana, Keyonna, etc.) are derived from it.
clevelandkentevans  8/17/2005

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