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In Lithuanian the word "siena" means "wall".
monie  3/13/2005
Siena looks more cooler than Sienna. (though I like both.)
7up  1/31/2007
Siena McMahon is the main character in the novel Adored by Tilly Bagshawe. This is a great book by the way!
reverie  11/11/2007
The Italian city itself is pronounced "see-EH-nah" in Italian.
LoQuiero  3/27/2008
Sienna isn't that bad, though I don't care for it. Siena, however, sounds ridiculous. It's yet another Italian city name, which is silly because no one in Italy is named Siena.
bananarama  4/22/2010

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