What does Ximena mean?
(female) Ximeni, Ximexa, ..
(male) Ximeno, Ximexi, ..
How popular is Ximena?
Ximena is a rare given name for females and an equivalently unique surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name statistics of Ximena for girls. Ximena was first listed in 2000 and reached its top position of #142 in the U.S. in the year 2014. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of Ximena and corresponding names. Simona, Simone (#728 via latest list), Xena, Xenia, Xiomara (#1239), Zena and Zina are the prominent varying forms of Ximena (#142 via latest list). Other variants, like Xia, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Ximena is more pronounced presently (median #1513). Simone is the continual favorite, although Ximena seems to be becoming a favorite too, while Xena is now less common.
Recommended names are Abena, Airina, Almena, Almina, Alvena, Ameena, Amena, Amina▲, Bina, Breena, Cerena, Ciana, Cianna, Diana▼, Digna, Dimona, Dina▼, Dorena, Dympna, Edeena, Edwena, Eilena, Eirana, Eirena, Eitna, Ellena, Elmena, Elmina, Emina, Filomena▼, Fiona▲, Gena▼, Giana▲, Ilena, Irena, Jaena, Jilana, Jimena▲, Jovena, Julena, Kerena, Kimana, Larena, Liana▲, Libena (see Luba), Lizena, Lumina, Malena, Marena, Milena▲, Miyana, Morena, Qiana, Reena, Rihana, Rimona, Rina, Riona, Romina, Siana, Siena▲, Sirena, Sylena, Tena▼, Tina▼, Tionna, Treena, Trifena, Tylena, Valena, Verena, Viana, Wina, Winoena (see Winona) and Winona▼. These names tend to be more commonly used than Ximena.