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Since masculine 'Xenos' means in Greek 'stranger', 'Xenia/Xena' could probably be interpreted as its feminine variant (like 'Barbara').
-- Anonymous User  1/29/2005
Xenia Seeburg played the character Xev Bellringer of B3K on the science-fiction TV show "Lexx".
-- FreedomsPaladin  3/1/2006
I know several Russian people with this name, and they pronounce it Ks-ey-nee-uh. Somewhat better-sounding in my ears.
-- Starla-Marie_1993  8/20/2006
Xenia was the name of one of Tsar Nicholas's sisters.
-- bibi66  1/6/2007
Xenia´s pet forms are Xenie, Xenin(k)a, Nina, Xenushe. Pronounced as: "Ksenia".
-- Karcoolka  3/19/2007
It´s also the Czech and Slovak form. Pronounced as "Ksenya".
Name Day: 27th November (in the Czechia).
-- Ronja  6/20/2007
Xenia, Ohio
Slightly in between Cincinnati and Columbus.
-- rory  3/4/2008
Pronounced: Ka-sain-yuh
Formerly Greek then transformed by the Polish to be spelled "Ksenia" and becoming a Russian name meaning "kind hospitable and generous". Grand Duchess Anasatia Romanoff's favorite aunt was named Ksenia; one of the few to escape the killing.
Contributed by Xenia Yevgenevna on 4/21/2008
-- earthnut  7/12/2008
Also used in Russia.
-- earthnut  7/12/2008
I've known two Greek Xenias and they've both pronounced it Zen-ya.
-- Pie  11/6/2008
An Anglicized version of this name, used in Australia, is Kesenya or Kasenya. Taken from the Russian Kseniya.
-- Anonymous User  1/30/2010
Also, Famke Janssen's infamous Bond girl in GoldenEye is named Xenia Onatopp.
-- Anonymous User  2/1/2010
The only Xenia I've ever met was from Spain, and she pronounced it SHEN-ya.
-- claraelizabethann  6/11/2010
I know a Polish girl who bears this name, spelled the original Greek way, instead of the common Polish way with the letter K. Her parents were born and raised in Poland, and they called her "IX-YEN-EE-A"
-- bellehime  10/10/2010
Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna of Russia was the younger sister of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia.
-- Missy  6/4/2011
Another famous bearer of the name is the eighteenth-century Russian saint, St. Xenia of St. Petersburg.
-- nomenphile  5/2/2012
Xenia is an unbelievably awesome name! It starts with an X, a rare and spunky starting letter; and it sounds close to Xena without actually being Xena: Warrior Princess. It also has a long history, with a famous namesake as early as the 5th century. Xenia is both elegant and legitimately "cool" at the same time.
-- erb816  6/4/2012
Xenia Goodwin from Dance Academy (Australian show).
-- Karina  7/7/2012
Xenia Martinez (born 1994 in Chula Vista, California) is an American singer. She was in the top eight on the US reality singing competition "The Voice".
-- Anonymous User  7/26/2012
Xenia Tchoumitcheva (b. 1987), a beautiful Swiss fashion model of Russian extraction.
-- overtheclouds  10/19/2012
This name, with the spelling Xènia, is used in Catalan.
-- overtheclouds  10/19/2012
I should add that some sites say that the Catalan Xènia originally developed as a nickname for Eugènia, the Catalan form of Eugenia, rather than from the Greek Xenia.
-- overtheclouds  10/29/2012
Actress Xenia Desni (1894-1962).
-- moonbaby9307  12/29/2012

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