In Reply to: Yeah, Perry was correct about the spelling (NT) posted by Alan on February 12, 2005 at 18:54:56:
RHIANNA – English, modern name, probably a short form of RHIANNON
RHIANNON – Derived from Old Celtic Rigantona meaning "great queen.” In Welsh mythology Rhiannon was the goddess of fertility and the moon. This name is also borne by a princess in Welsh legends, the wife of Pwyll.
RHIANNA - witch, enchantress goddess of the moon
RHIANNON - queen of the fairies so well loved by her people she was promoted to goddess but forfeited her immortality as a goddess for the love of a mortal man.