XeniaZEE-NEE-ah. X names tend to stick in your head, so people aren't likely to forget this one, and it's pretty enough to work.
In Greek, Xenia means "hospitality." In Ancient Greece, it also pertained to the greater concept of giving hospitality to strangers and others far from home. As a name, it was used by a 5th century saint, St. Xenia the Righteous of Rome, venerated by eastern orthodox churches. It is most often used in its Russian form, which is often anglicized Ksenia.
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