A singer reknowned for her "natural" sound, even though she can't tour because the only way to duplicate that sound is in a music studio. Even her "beautiful vocals" are enhanced by computer.
Enya fans are such hipocrites... There is absolutely nothing "natural" about Enya.
by Alfie The Horndog August 23, 2005
Some of the most beautiful music you will ever hear.
Listening to Enya is relaxing
by far and away December 29, 2003
Enya, born Eithne Ni Bhraonain, was born on May 17, 1961 in the Gweedore region of County Donegal, Republic of Ireland. She has one of the most beautiful singing voices ever to grace the genre of New Age music.
My favorite Enya song is "Watermark".
by Adam The Mighty January 11, 2004
Meaning: Little Fire and Kernel/Nut in Celtic. This is usually a female name and originates from Ireland. Pronounced EN-yah.

Populatrity remains in Europe, a not so common name in Western countries.

People named Enya tend to be open minded, artistic, independent and strong. Sometimes they can be too strong minded and jump on opertunities without thinking them through properly. Usually very beautiful inside and out and talented in many fields.
"Enya's not just a singer"

"That new girl pulled an Enya, she's so talented"
by yayasha February 07, 2010
Sister of Maire Brennan (the lady you hear singing the theme song for Last of the Mohicans) who is from Ireland.
The future Empress of the world should be Enya.
by Jake May 06, 2004
A woman who makes this New Age-y music and also worked on the Lord of The Rings soundtrack. Atom (from Atom & His Package) wrote a good song about her, it's called "Pumping Iron For Enya". Also, she is a pretty lady.
I'm not too hot on that Enya's music, but she sure is beautiful!
by Hatebear May 09, 2003
Singer who is on her way to enormous longevity since her song (Only time) was very popular as a symbol of mourning during the WTC tragedy on Sept 11.
Also sings Onrnoco Flow and , as previously mention ,Lord of the Rings I. May It Be and the theme song.
Also was refered to on Comedy Central's "South Park" as a form of torture when lock in a rooom and enduring her songs on any audio system." Which I agree with but no only a couple of songs.
by Dr. Christophe October 14, 2004

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