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What does Sylena mean?

Sylena Pronunciation of Sylena as a name for girls is of Greek origin, and the name Sylena means "the moon". Sylena is a variant form of Selena (Greek): from Selene. Sylena is also a variation of Selina (Greek).

ASSOCIATED WITH Sy-, -na, greek, moon


VARIANTS Sylina, Syleena, Selyna, Selenna, Selenia, Salina, Salena, Saleena, Celyna, Celina, Celenia, Celena

RELATED FORMS VIA SELENA, SELINA Caleena, Calina, Celene, Sela, Selene, Selia, Selinda, Seline, Selyne, Sena



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How popular is Sylena?

Sylena is a rare given name for women. Sylena is a unique last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Selena (#321 A YEAR AGO), Selina (#1140), Selene (#1175), Celina (#1361), Sena, Salina, Celene, Salena and Celena are the popular variation forms of Sylena (OUTSIDE TOP 2000). These forms of Sylena were at the height of their popularity 20 years ago (AVERAGE #957) and have become significantly less widespread since (#1555, DOWN 73.7%), with forms such as Sena falling out of fashion. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Celena, Celene, Celina, Salena, Salina in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Selena, Selene, Selina, Sena in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Selena outside U.S.

Similar Names

Sylena is pronounced similarly to Ceilena, Celeena, Solana, Solina, Xylina, Xylona, Zelenia, Zelenya, Zelina and Zylina. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Alena, Allena, Arlena, Colena, Cyrena, Dalena, Delena, Dylana, Eilena, Elena, Ellena, Galena, Helena, Ilena, Jalena, Jelena, Jolena, Julena, Kalena, Kylea, Kylen, Kylene, Malena, Milena, Mylene, Olena, Orlena, Rylina, Salama, Saleema, Salima, Salma, Saloma, Sarena, Selima, Sellma, Selma, Serena, Shaena, Shalana, Shaleena, Shalena, Shalene, Shalina, Shaylene, Sheena, Shena, Siena, Sirena, Solenne, Soline, Soloma, Sydona, Sylva, Sylvana, Sylvia, Sylvina, Sylwia, Symona, Syrena, Talena, Tylena, Tyrena, Valena and Yelena. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sylena.

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