Cináed - Meaning of Cináed

What does Cináed mean?

[ syll. ci-ná-ed ] The baby boy name Cináed is of Celtic origin and it is used mainly in the Scottish language. The name's meaning is 'born of fire'. It is derived from the element aed meaning 'fire'. Cináed was the Gaelic name of the 9th-century Kenneth MacAlpin, first king of the Picts and the Scots. The name is often Anglicized as Kenneth.

Cináed is a derivative (Scottish) of the English, Gaelic, and Scottish Kenneth.

A derivative of Cináed is the Irish Cionaodh.

See also the related categories, king, fire, celtic, and anglicized.

Cináed is infrequently used as a baby name for boys. It is not ranked within the top 1000 names. Among the group of boy names directly linked to Cináed, Kenneth was the most regularly used in 2018.

Baby names that sound like Cináed include Saent, Saint, Sainte, Samant, Sande, Sant, Saynt, Scand, Scande, Scant, Schmid, Schmidt, Schmit, Schmitt, Senet, Senett, Shande, Skand, Smedt, and Smid.

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