Origin: Ancient Greek
Meaning: an Ancient Greek variant of Zenaida meaning "of Zeus", Zeus being the head of the Greek pantheon; his name is related to Indo-European dyeus meaning "shine "or sky".
Pronounced something like zen-uh-ees.
- Zenaida (Ancient Greek, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, English)
- Zénaïde (French)
- Zinaida (Russian)
- Zeno (Ancient Greek, Italian)
- Zenon (Ancient Greek, Polish)