What does Cintha mean?
Cintha [cintha] as a name for girls is of Greek origin, and the meaning of the name Cintha is "from Mount Kynthos; hyacinth". Cintha is an alternate spelling of Cynthia (Greek). Cintha is also a derivative of Hyacinth (Greek). Mythology: originally a masculine name.
22 more relations via Cynthia, Hyacinth: Cinda, Cindee, Cindi, Cindie, Cindy▼, Cinnie, Cinny, Cintia, Cinzia, Cynda, Cyndia, Cyndra, Cynth, Cyntia, Cythia, Cytia, Diantha, Jacintha, Kynthia, Sindia, Sindya and Sinty.Creative forms:
(female) Cantha, Ceintha, ..
(male) Cinthale, .. Middle name pairings:
Cintha Esmeralda (C.E.), ..
How popular is Cintha?
Cintha is an unusual first name for women. Cintha is also an uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Cintha (not ranked) listed in the Top 2000 are Cinda, Cindee, Cindi, Cindie, Cindy (#1055 last year), Cinthia, Cyntha, Cynthia (#538), Hyacinth and Synthia. Other forms, like Synthie, are uncommon. Adoption of these relations of Cintha reached its most widespread in the 1950s (usage of 2.1%) and has become much diminished since, with versions such as Cynthia becoming less fashionable. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Cintha is alike in pronunciation to Xantha, Xanthia and Zantha. Other recommended names are Agetha, Agotha, Aiesha, Amantha, Bertha▼, Biancha, Birtha, Calantha, Caltha, Canada, Canda, Candia, Canna, Cantara, Carinthia, Catha, Cathi, Cathia, Cathy▼, Catia, Caysha, Cetta, Chanta, Chantea, Chantra, Ciaara, Ciana, Cianna, Ciara▼, Cima, Cindia, Cinetta, Cintra, Citara, Cithara, Cleantha, Cleta, Cliantha, Coetta, Concha, Conetta, Crista, Dinisha, Dortha▼, Eartha, Edytha, Eltha, Githa, Gretha, Iantha, Katha, Kisha▼, Licha, Lisha, Martha▼, Matha, Minta▼, Mirtha, Niesha, Nisha, Retha▼, Sancha, Simantha, Simcha, Sintra, Tiesha, Tinisha, Tirzha, Tisha▼, Vinisha, Yacintha and Zilpha. These names tend to be more frequently used than Cintha.See names in meaning and etymology.