Definitions for Cynthiaˈsɪn θi ə
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Cyn•thi•aˈsɪn θi ə(n.)
Ref: Artemis. 1
Literary. the moon.
(Greek mythology) the virgin goddess of the hunt and the Moon; daughter of Leto and twin sister of Apollo; identified with Roman Diana
The moon, personified.
Origin: From an epithet of the moon goddess Artemis, from the Mount Κύνθος, on Delos island, the center of her worship.
Cynthia Todino, known only as Cynthia, is an American singer of Freestyle music and dance-pop. Cynthia is best remembered for her hits "Dreamboy / Dreamgirl", "Break Up to Make Up" and "If I Had the Chance", which peaked at Nos. 53, 70 and 83 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively.
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