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Cellian

Cellian Meaning and Origin

The name Cellian is a boy’s modern invented name. The name “Cellian” appears to be a variant or an uncommon form of the more well-known name “Cillian” or “Killian.” “Cillian” is an Anglicized version of the Irish name “Cillín,” which is derived from the Old Irish word “ceallach,” meaning “war” or “strife.” In this context, the name “Cellian” likely shares a similar etymological origin and could be interpreted as having a warrior-like connotation. As a variant of “Cillian,” “Cellian” is likely to be similarly rare and not very popular. The name “Cillian” has seen a modest increase in popularity in recent years, especially in English-speaking countries, possibly due to its melodic sound and Celtic heritage. However, it remains outside the top 1000 names in most countries. Its rarity adds to its appeal, making it an excellent choice for parents seeking a name that stands out from the more common options. 

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