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Rhiannon

Rhiannon \rhi(an)-non\ as a girl's name is pronounced ree-ANN-on. It is of Welsh origin, and the meaning of Rhiannon is "great queen, or goddess". Mythology: the title Rigantona "great queen" is borne by a Celtic goddess of fertility. The Welsh horse goddess is described in legend as dressed in shining gold and riding a pale horse. The name was not used as a given name before the 20th century. In the 1970s: the Fleetwood Mac song "Rhiannon". See also Reanna and Riona. Rhiannon has 14 variant forms: Rheanna, Rheanne, Rhiana, Rhiann, Rhianna, Rhiannan, Rhianon, Rhyan, Riana, Riane, Rianna, Rianne, Riannon and Rianon. For more information, see also the related name Ryan. A baby name that sounds like Rhiannon is Reannon. View a list of the 3 names that reference Rhiannon.

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