The name Rhiannon has Welsh origins. It is likely derived from the Celtic name Rigantona, meaning "divine queen." The name plays an important role in Celtic mythology, as Rhiannon is the goddess of fertility and the moon. Despite the mythological history surrounding Rhiannon, its popularity is steadily decreasing in the United States.
Similar Names: Rhianna, Riannon
Famous Rhiannon Names: Rhiannon Lassiter (writer), Rhiannon Leigh Wryn (actress)