[ zee-nee-uh, zeen-yuh ]
/ ˈzi ni ə, ˈzin yə /
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a female given name: from a Greek word meaning “hospitality.”
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“This has got to be hard for Bob because he trusts Zenia completely,” says one Disney insider.Behind Disney's Insider-Trading Scandal|Peter Lauria|May 26, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Zenia interrupted, "Aren't you talking a bit above the child's understanding, Drake?"The Mathematicians|Arthur Feldman
With Zenia's breast thy faithful shield, thy love her sweet reward.
That little fellow would be so sleepy sometime that he would say: 'Don't wash em, Zenia, jes' wet em.'
But I have a number of friends who are natives of Zenia, and they fret me with their boastings.The God in the Box|Sewell Peaslee Wright
The pitcher plant is another native of Earth, and several varieties of it are found on Zenia and at least two other planets.