Meaning : Of Celtic origin and a variant of the name Eithne, which itself means 'kernel'., Form of Eithne, Form Of Eithne, Kernel,
Pronunciation : (EHN-ya), EN-ya , EN yah,
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Numerology information Enya:
Name Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Additional information Enya:
Alternate spelling of Eithne created by the singer Enya so people could pronounce her name correctly.
Enya is a modern variation of the feminine Irish name Eithne, which is a common name to find in Irish history and legend. It is said to mean ‘Kernel’ (not the English word kernel) which is a word of praise used as a conventional term in Irish poetry. Use of the name may have been spread from Ireland by the fame of the Irish singer Enya.
Anglicized form of EITHNE
Definition funny of Enya:
A singer reknowned for her "natural" sound, even though she can't tour because the only way to duplicate that sound is in a music studio. Even her "beautiful vocals" are enhanced by computer.
Enya fans are such hipocrites... There is absolutely nothing "natural" about Enya.
Some of the most beautiful music you will ever hear.
Listening to Enya is relaxing
Enya, born Eithne Ni Bhraonain, was born on May 17, 1961 in the Gweedore region of County Donegal, Republic of Ireland. She has one of the most beautiful singing voices ever to grace the genre of New Age music.
My favorite Enya song is "Watermark".
Meaning: Little Fire and Kernel/Nut in Celtic. This is usually a female name and originates from Ireland. Pronounced EN-yah. Populatrity remains in Europe, a not so common name in Western countries. People named Enya tend to be open minded, artistic, independent and strong. Sometimes they can be too strong minded and jump on opertunities without thinking them through properly. Usually very beautiful inside and out and talented in many fields.
Songs about Enya:
I Don't Wanna Know (Featuring Enya And P. Diddy) (Amended Version) by Mario Winans from the Album Hurt No More (Amended Version)
MAY IT BE (Enya) by Nazca from the Album Nazca - Indians, Songs, Nature, Dreams
Caribbean Blue (Enya) by Relaxing Instrumental Songs from the Album Famous Cello Songs - Relaxing Instrumental Songs Music
Now We Are Free (feat. Enya) [Renan Hugenneyer Gladiator Remix] by Renan Hugenneyer from the Album Now We Are Free (feat. Enya) [Renan Hugenneyer Gladiator Remix]
Pilgrim (In the Style of Enya) [Karaoke Version] by Ameritz - Karaoke from the Album Karaoke - Enya Vol. 2
Watermak 2 (Green Card) Enya - Piano by Soundtrax Piano from the Album Deluxe Hollywood Piano - Best Soundtracks Gold Edition
Caribbean Blue (Enya) by Relaxing Instrumental Music from the Album Enya Songs - and Relaxing Instrumentals
Books about Enya:
Enya - Shepherd Moons by Enya (Feb 1, 1992)
Enya - Watermark by Enya (Sep 1, 1992)
Enya-And Winter Came by Enya (Feb 1, 2009)
Enya - Paint the Sky with Stars by Enya (Mar 1, 1998)
Enya - The Memory of Trees Songbook (Piano/Vocal/Guitar) by Enya (Apr 1, 1996)
Enya - Amarantine (Songbook) by Enya (Jun 1, 2006)
Enya - A Day Without Rain by Enya (Jun 1, 2001)
Movies about Enya:
ENYA: THE VIDEO COLLECTION NR -
The Lord of the Rings - The Fellowship of the Ring 2002 PG-13 - Runtime: 2 hrs 58 mins Starring: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, et al. Directed by: Peter Jackson
Enya: The Video Collection - Runtime: 1 hr 28 mins Starring: Roma Ryan and Enya Directed by: Michael Praed and Nicky Ryan
Enya: Moonshadows - Runtime: 25 mins Starring: Enya
Trance of Enya-Artist Legend 2007 -
Wiki information Enya:
Enya is an Irish celtic singer, instrumentalist, and songwriter. Enya began her musical career in 1980, when she briefly joined her family band Clannad before leaving to perform solo. She gained wider recognition for her music in the 1987 BBC series...
Enya is the soundtrack album of the 1987 BBC documentary series The Celts. It is also the debut solo album of Enya, an Irish singer, pianist, and composer. The album was later reissued and remastered as The Celts in 1992.