masculine Ksenjo

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Name Root:
xénos > xeníā
This name derives from the Ancient Greek root “xénos (Ξένος) xeníā (ξενῐ́ᾱ),” meaning “welcoming, hospitality, a foreigner, stranger, guest.” It is a female name used mainly in Russia, Ukraine, and Greece. However, it started to become more prevalent in Spain during the 90s. The meaning “welcome to the stranger” has been lucky in particular in east Christian countries. According to tradition, Saint Blessed Xenia of St. Petersburg is a patron saint of St. Petersburg who gave all her possessions to the poor after her husband died.



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