Cydney Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Sydney:
Transferred use of the surname originating as a Norman baronial name taken from the place-name St. Denis in Normandy. Alternatively, the name arose independently in England and is derived from the Old English elements sīd (extensive, wide) and ieg (island in a river, riverside meadow). The name was indicative of one who dwelled on or near the wide, riverside meadow, or from the wide island.
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I really like my name. Although, people often misspell it or call me Cindy. I like my name spelled with a "C" because it looks more feminine, since Sydney is a boy's name. My close family and friends call me Cyd even though I don't like the nickname that much.
I love my name. It's unique, just like me. A lot of people do call me Cindy and always misspelled, but I know that I'm one of a kind. A lot of people call me Cyd and as long as I like the person I don't mind, I think it's cute.
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Cyd Charisse (dancer, actress)
Cydney Clanton (professional golfer)
Cydney Bernard (Jodie Foster's former partner)
Cydney W. "Cyd" Adams (1949-2005) was an American poet and academic.
Cydney Chase, daughter of actor Chevy Chase
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