This name derives from the Gaelic “Ciarán,” meaning “little dark one” or “blacky,” from the Irish element “ciar,” meaning “black, dark.” The name is popularized by the Irish saints dating back from the 5th-century. Ciarán was one of the Twelve Apostles of Ireland and is considered the first saint to have been born in Ireland. However, the legend that he preceded Saint Patrick is questionable. Ciarán was bishop of Saigir (Seir-Kieran) and remained the patron saint of its successor, Ossory’s diocese.
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United States Ranking #870
Namedoctor Weekly Ranking #3847
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Numerological Values: #5
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Chakra Number: #5 Throat Chakra "Vishuddha"
The throat chakra is the fifth chakra and its color is blue. It is one the three primary colors. The main energy of blue is communication and it is the color used to soothe the soul. Explore this Divine color in depth, learn what it means and what it represents.
Color meaning: Blue
The color blue is one of trust, honesty and loyalty. It is sincere, reserved and quiet, and doesn't like to make a fuss or draw attention. Blue hates confrontation, and likes to do things in its own way. From a color psychology perspective, blue is reliable and responsible. This color exhibits an inner security and confidence. You can rely on it to take control and do the right thing in difficult times. It has a need for order and direction in its life, including its living and work spaces.