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Correct spelling: cynthia

Definition of cynthia:

( Greek mythology) the virgin goddess of the hunt and the moon; daughter of Leto and twin sister of Apollo; identified with Roman Diana

Common misspellings for cynthia:

  • cythia (22%)
  • cinthia (18%)
  • cynthis (14%)
  • cythina (10%)
  • cytnhia (8%)
  • cythnia (5%)
  • cynthina (4%)
  • cyntia (4%)
  • cynth (4%)
  • cynrhia (3%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.
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Cynthia

  \cy(n)-thia\
 

Meaning: from Mount Kynthos

Origin: Greek

Details:
Cynthia as a girl's name is pronounced SIN-thee-ah. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Cynthia is "from Mount Kynthos". Mythology: Kynthia was one of the names of Artemis, the goddess of the moon, referring to her birthplace on Mount Kynthos. Cynthia was later used by the Roman poet Propertius in his love poetry. The English given name was not used in the Middle Ages, but was revived in the 17th and 18th centuries. Cyntia is a Spanish form. Cindy is its nickname. Many of the diminutives are also variants of Lucinda. Ballerina Cynthia Gregory; actress Cynthia Nixon.

Related names: Sintra, Selena.

Sounds Like: Xanthia, Cinthie, Cintha.

Variants: Synthya, Cinda, Cindee, Cindi, Cindie, Cindy, Cinnie, Cinny, Cinthia, Cintia, Cinzia, Cyn, Cynda, Cyndee, Cyndia, Cyndie, Cyndra, Cyndy, Cynnie, Cynthea, Cynthie, Cynthya, Cyntia, Cytia, Kynthia, Kynthija, Sindee, Sindi, Sindy, Sindya, Sinnie, Sinny, Synda, Syndee, Syndi, Syndy, Syntha, Synthee, Syntheea, Synthia, Synthie.

Examples of usage for cynthia:

1) It was Cynthia who spoke, and her big, gray eyes were dancing in triumph. - "A Son of the Hills", Harriet T. Comstock.

2) Cynthia was leaning against the kitchen table, her eyes shining and her breath coming a bit quickly. - "A Son of the Hills", Harriet T. Comstock.

3) " So I do," Cynthia admitted, " but I wanted to do it all for you, until you went away." - "A Son of the Hills", Harriet T. Comstock.

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