- siemens, sir william,
- sienkiewicz, henryk,
- sierra blanca peak,
- sierra leone
Origin of sienna
Examples from the Web for sienna
Also breaking: apparently, Delevingne and Sienna Miller are “schnoystering,” whatever that means.Donald Sterling’s Former Mistress Makes the “Paparazzi Shield” Chic; Cara Delevingne Has Self-Grooming Eyebrows|The Fashion Beast Team|May 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Dr. Sienna helpfully tells him “We see these occasionally in the medical field.”Fact-Checking Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’: 10 Mistakes, False Statements, and Oversimplifications|Noah Charney|May 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They came onto the scene in 2004, on the feet of boho-chic English style icons Sienna Miller and Kate Moss.
Those targeted included Princes William and Harry, as well as senior politicians and the actors Hugh Grant and Sienna Miller.
Actress Sienna Miller described paparazzi spitting at her to provoke a reaction they could photograph.Murdoch’s News of the World Sins Exposed by Leveson Inquiry|Brian Cathcart|November 28, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Fresh contingents had poured in from Lucca, Sienna, and other towns.The Two First Centuries of Florentine History|Pasquale Villari
The lower stories are painted a sienna color, and gables and roof a dark slate.The Life and Public Services of James A. Garfield|Emma Elizabeth Brown
The sienna color of the water on the table contrasted sharply with the emerald at the break of the fall.Their Pilgrimage|Charles Dudley Warner
In the case of Catherine of Sienna the austerities began earlier than with Suso.Religion & Sex|Chapman Cohen
These impressive ancestors rested on pedestals of Sienna marble.The Pines of Lory|John Ames Mitchell
Word Origin for sienna
city in central Italy, probably from Senones, the name of a Gaulish people who settled there in ancient times. Related: Sienese. The brownish-ochre color (1760) is from Italian terra di Sienna "earth of Siena," where the coloring material first was produced.