It has such a mystic meaning and aura... that's why I find it interesting and would be perfect for a fantasy character but also for a real child.
(un from "unbelievable", soo from "soon")
Cansu Çetin is a Turkish female volleyball player. She is 183 cm (6.00 ft) tall at 69 kg (152 lb). She was with Sarıyer Belediyesi before she transferred in 2014 to Beşiktaş. After one season with Beşiktaş she transferred to the Vakıfbank. Çetin is a member of the Turkey women's national volleyball team. After attending Ankara Esenevler Anadolu Highschool for three years, she continued at İstanbul Yeni Levent Highschool, where she graduated from. Currently, she is a student of Psychology at Özyeğin University. Cansu Çetin began her sports career at the age of 13 in Çankaya Belediyespor in Ankara. Between 2008 and 2010, she played in the youth, junior and senior teams of İller Bankası. In 2010, she transferred to Eczacıbaşı VitrA. Her club loaned out her between 2011 and 2014 to Sarıyer Belediyesi, which became champion in the 2011–12 season, and was so promoted to the Turkish Women's Volleyball League. For the 2014–15 season, she was loaned out to Yeşilyurt. She was called up to the Turkey women's national volleyball team, and played at the 2014 Women's European Volleyball League that won the gold medal.
Cansu Dere is a Turkish film and television actress, model, and beauty pageant runner-up. After graduation from the department of Archaeology at İstanbul University, she made her debut in TV and movies in the beginning of 2004. Between 2006-2008 she had a leading role as 'Sila' in the Sıla series with Mehmet Akif Alakurt. She then starred as 'Defne' with Kenan İmirzalıoğlu, in the film "the Last Ottoman Yandim Ali". In 2009, she acted in 'black comedy' Acı Aşk. In 2011, she played the lead protagonist 'Eyşan' in the TV series Ezel.
As a Turkish person born and raised in Turkey, I can guarantee that my name, Cansu, is a feminine name almost never used by males. I think the entry about this name should be edited to reflect the right gender. [noted -ed]

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