Cyan meaning and origin
Cyan is form of celebrated Cian. Meaning of Cian is Ancient One, Old and Stable is originated from Old Irish and Celtic.
Variants of CyanNames that rhyme with Cyan
Popularity of Cyan
Cyan is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1986 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 1998, it ranked 1645th when 98 girl were named Cyan. Over 1207 babies in United States have been named Cyan. The moniker is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 1996 and achieved its top ranking of 2438 in 2005. In France, it has been in use since 1999 but could not make beyond the top 3000.
Cyan is a common name in China, Hong Kong and Singapore while somewhat familiar name in Cambodia. At least, 7000 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.
What numbers say about Cyan?
Instead of exploring and searching for something the whole time, try to enjoy life. You want to know how everything works, how everything was created. You remind people that life is for you to live it, and not survive, something many do these days. If you want to change the world, start with yourself. People always look for comfort in your world. When it comes to love, you can't stand a monogamous relationship.
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- Caoimhin is originated from Celtic and Old Irish is used principally in Irish, Caoimhin means "The Gentle or The Beautiful" is a boy name
- Kyleah - Unconventional girl name Kyleah means "The Word Caol Which is of the Meaning Narrow Slender and Narrow" came from Celtic. Kyleah is resulted from Kyla.
- Loreley - Meaning of Loreley is To Cry, to Shout or Lure used for baby girls has its origin in Germanic, Celtic and Old High German is used principally in English, Swedish and Finnish
Namesakes of Cyan
- Cyanne McClairian in Dr. Chong: Plastic Surgeon as Actress
- Cyann Ribeiro in Holla II as Actress