Siona Meaning and Origin

Siona is a girl’s name of Hindi and Celtic origin meaning “stars, fox goddess.” In Hebrew, Siona (also spelled Sionah or Siona) is derived from the word “Sion” or “Zion,” which means “eminent” or “highest point.” It is often associated with Mount Zion in Jerusalem, which holds great religious significance in Judaism. In Gaelic, Siona is a variant of the name Siobhán, which is the Irish form of the name Joan. Siobhán means “God is gracious” or “God’s gift.” In Swahili, Siona is derived from the word “sina,” which means “I don’t have” or “I lack.” However, it’s worth noting that this is a less common interpretation of the name.

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