Origin:Latin
Popularity:393
Meaning:from Siena
Want to add some color to your baby’s name? Sienna may be the hue for you. It’s a lovely shade of orange-red, and its meaning reflects the Italian city of Siena, where colorful clay was produced during the Renaissance. But your daughter doesn’t need to have Italian blood to own the name: Actress Sienna Miller is English, and Brazilian Adriana Lima chose the name for her girl in 2012.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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