- Possibly a variant of Xenia, from Latin Xenia, from Ancient Greek ξενία (ksenia, "hospitable"), the assumed name of a fifth-century saint venerated in the Eastern Orthodox Church, from ξένος (ksenos, "stranger, guest"). (Wiktionary)
“Scientists have discovered more than 1,000 objects out beyond Pluto, including one called Xena, which is larger than Pluto and even has a moon.”
“Could someone please describe to me the necklace Gabrielle wore in Xena as I show in these pictures?”
“My guess is that the actor is Karl Urban, but he played several roles in Xena, so may be hard to tell which episode – see source 2.”
“Join Xena as she uses her warrior and healing abilities to aid ancient Greece and its people.”
“Anyway: the planet formerly known as Xena is now Eris.”
“For JR: Xena is an incredible series, outside of a handful of episodes in the final two seasons.”
“And so the question has presented itself, what do we call Xena?”
“* Lucy Lawless as Xena from the Treehouse of Horror IV”
“I give it a go: Veronica's boss lady, Ms. Xena, is not supportive of her new agent.”
“Alls I am saying is, if they rename Xena "Prosepine" I am going to get medieval on somebody.”
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