Female, Greek mythology, Mythology, Virtues/Attributes, X names

Xenia

Xenia is a Greek female name as well as an Ancient Greek concept of hospitality, especially to strangers and those who seek shelter far from home. It was considered such an important concept that it was even given as an epithet of the god Zeus, Zeus Xenios, the protecter of guests. There are often stories in Greek… Continue reading Xenia

Ancient Greek, Greek, Male, Virtues/Attributes, X names

Xenon

Xenon is an Ancient Greek male name meaning "foreigner, guest" from Ancient Greek xenos (foreigner; stranger, guest) which seems likely to be derived from a Pre-Greek origin. Xenon is also the name of a chemical element. Origin: Ancient Greek Female forms: Xeno (Ancient Greek) Xena (English) Xenia (Greek, Ancient Greek) Zena (English) Zeena (English) Zenia (English… Continue reading Xenon

Female, Greek mythology, Mythology, P names, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Polexia

Polexia is not a name that has much information behind it. From what I could find, it seems to be the anglicized spelling of Poleksija (the name of a former Serbian princess who also had a sister named Kleopatra), the Serbian form of Polyxena, an Ancient Greek female name meaning "entertaining many guests" or essentially "very hospitable" from Ancient… Continue reading Polexia

Ancient Greek, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Mythology, Virtues/Attributes, X names

Xena

Xena is a variant of Xenia, an Ancient Greek female name meaning “hospitality” from Greek xenos (foreigner, guest). In ancient Greece, xenia was the Greek concept of hospitality towards strangers or friends. It was even an important aspect to the Greek gods, one of the epithets accorded to the god Zeus being Zeus Xenios, the protector of guests and the patron of… Continue reading Xena

Ancient Greek, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Mythology, S names, Virtues/Attributes

Senja

Senja (pr. sen-ya) is the Finnish form of Xenia, an Ancient Greek female name meaning “hospitality” from Greek xenos (foreigner, guest). In ancient Greece, xenia was the Greek concept of hospitality towards strangers or friends. It was even an important aspect to the Greek gods, one of the epithets accorded to the god Zeus being Zeus Xenios, the protector of… Continue reading Senja

A names, Ancient Greek, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Mythology, Virtues/Attributes

Aksinya

Aksinya is a variant form of Kseniya, the Russian form of Xenia, a Greek female name meaning “hospitality” from Greek xenos (foreigner, guest). In ancient Greece, xenia was the Greek concept of hospitality towards strangers or friends. It was even an important aspect to the Greek gods, one of the epithets accorded to the god Zeus being Zeus Xenios, the protector… Continue reading Aksinya

Ancient Greek, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, K names, Virtues/Attributes

Ksenia

Ksenia is the Polish form of Xenia, a Greek female name meaning "hospitality" from Greek xenos (foreigner, guest). In ancient Greece, xenia was the Greek concept of hospitality towards strangers or friends. It was even an important aspect to the Greek gods, one of the epithets accorded to the god Zeus being Zeus Xenios, the protector of guests and… Continue reading Ksenia

Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Mythology, O names, Virtues/Attributes

Oksana

Oksana is the Ukrainian form of Xenia, a Greek female name meaning "hospitality' derived from Greek xenos (foreigner, guest). In ancient Greece, xenia was the Greek concept of hospitality towards strangers or friends. It was even an important aspect to the Greek gods, one of the epithets accorded to the god Zeus being Zeus Xenios, the protector of… Continue reading Oksana