This name derives from the Etruscan "saina / seina”, meaning “orange-red”. This is a female given name of modern usage from the sienna color. The original usage of the name is derived from the Italian city and refers to the color orange-red or yellow-brown of sienna "Siena earth". Sienna (Italian: Terra di Siena), is an earth pigment containing iron oxide and manganese oxide. In its natural state, it is yellow-brown and is called raw sienna.