Senga name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek, Celtic and Latin
Usage: Gaelic and Scottish
Pronunciation: SEN-gah
Meaning: The Pure, Chaste and Lamb As Well
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What does Senga mean?

Senga is Gaelic equivalent of Agnes.

How do I pronounce Senga?

One syllabled Senga is most commonly pronounced as SEN-gah. There should be emphasis on first SEN syllable while speaking. Some people pronounce it as s(e)-nga or sen-ga.

Variants of Senga

Sengiyah, Agnes, Hagne, Ag, Anise, Aggi, Agne, Anissa, Anisa, Agga, Angelica, Agnew, Agna

How popular is the name Senga?

Senga is a rare baby name in United States there is very thin chances of it still being given since it isn't seen since 1946. Senga is a common name in DR Congo, Angola and Rwanda while somewhat familiar name in Scotland, Indonesia, Tanzania, India, England and Cameroon.

According to our findings, at least 10000 people have been bestowed Senga around the globe.

[1] Source: Social Security Administration


What numbers say about Senga?

People with a high IQ are prone to depression, self-doubt, and low self-esteem and so are you. Unbelievable but true. You are courageous but stubborn when convinced you are doing things the right way. You are an intuitive person and can tell if someone's playing you or not. Situations and people don't bother you much unless they concern you in some way. Stay curious but don't stress over things because everything's built to change, and not only people but everything you can think of.

Other names similar to Senga

  •  Finna - Origin of Finna is in Celtic bestowed upon both boys and girls is used predominantly in Old Norse and Norwegian. Finna is Greenlandic form of Fína
  •  Kellig - Kelligs origin is Celtic, meaning of Kellig is "Fight"
  •  Carran - The boy name Carran means "Son of Ciarán Son of the Little Dark One" used specifically in English has its origin in Celtic language
  •  Gwennolé - Gwennolé's meaning is Happy or Valiant has its origin in Celtic
  •  Tyron - Well-Known unisex name Tyron is notably used in English which is rooted from Old Irish and Celtic, meaning of Tyron is "Land of Eoghan or Land of Owen"

Famous people named Senga

We could not find any notable namesake.


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