Xatia

Xatia is a Georgian female name, a variant transcription of Khatia meaning "to be painted" from Georgian xaṭavs ხატავს (to paint). The name is pronounced za-tee-ya but I've also heard it said za-sha. Origin: Georgian Variants: Khatia (Georgian)- pr. kha-tee-a; Forvo  

Xanthe

Xanthe is the name of several minor figures in Greek mythology. It means "yellow" or "blonde-haired" derived from Greek xanthos (yellow), given to someone who had blonde hair but could also be applied to horses of bay or chestnut coloring. The origin of the word is unknown. Origin: unknown Variants: Xanthi (Modern Greek) Xantho (Ancient Greek) Xanthia …

Xiomara

Xiomara is a Spanish female name, the Spanish form of Guiomar, a Spanish and Portuguese name possibly deriving from Wigmar, a Germanic name meaning “famous in battle” made up from wig (war, battle) and māri (famous, renowned). It was the name of a male cousin of Guinevere‘s in the Vulgate cycle who becomes the lover of Morgan le Fay. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Female forms: Guiomar …

Xeno

Xeno is an Ancient Greek female name, the feminine form of Xenon meaning “foreigner, guest” from Ancient Greek xenos (foreigner; stranger, guest) which seems likely to be derived from a Pre-Greek origin. Xeno is absolutely NOT related to Zeno, another Greek name that comes from a different source, related to the name of the Greek god Zeus. Origin: …

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 …

Xylia

Xylia is a female name based on Ancient Greek xýlo meaning "wood". It derives from a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Xyla (Greek) Zylia (English) Zyla (English)   Male forms: Xylon (Greek) Zylon (English)  

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 …