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Albina is also a Russian name as well as Italian. It isn't extremely popular, especially with girl's born now, but it was a fairly common name for girl's born in the 20's-40's.
-- Anonymous User  9/4/2005
Albina means in Romanian "The Bee".
-- afmona  4/14/2006
Albína´s pet forms: Al, Ally, Alby, Beena.
Name Day: 16th December (in the Czechia). [noted -ed]
-- Karcoolka  6/22/2007
Also a feminine name in Slovenia. [noted -ed]
-- earthnut  7/2/2007
Albina is also Czech and Slovak form.
-- Maggie_Simpson  7/4/2007
Albina was an Etruscan goddess of the dawn and protector of ill-fated lovers.
-- LMS  8/5/2007
I don't like "Al" or "Bean" or "Beanie" for a girl's nickname. "Albie" is ok but because this name is just way too close to the spelling for "albino", I couldn't ever saddle a child with it.
-- leananshae  12/19/2007
I love this name, but it's very close to Albania, and I find that funny because I have Albanian ancestry.
-- bananarama  10/9/2008
Albina is also Croatian.
-- goricar  5/1/2010
In Italian, the name Albina is commonly known to mean, "White Skinned".
-- Francesca  12/1/2010
Albine is the German form and also the name of the composer Alban Berg's daughter. [noted -ed]
-- lcgirl20  5/1/2011
The name Albina is also the Portuguese feminine form of Albinus. Please add it. [noted -ed]
-- jnev  1/29/2014
Pretty, but too close to Albino.
-- ThatMazerunnerfan  9/5/2014
My name is Albina and I'm Ukrainian. I know of 3 other people who share my name, met one in real life. The other girls tend to shorten their names to Alya, but I never had it shortened.

I've had to deal with a lot of mispronunciation, so it's pretty much a habit to spell it out right away. The worst example of mispronunciation was a teacher that called me Albania all year long. I've been called Albino, Alvina, Albeeno, pronounced as Al-Bye-na, Albinutsa (little bee in Romanian, I think?)
-- Anonymous User  1/4/2016
From Wikipedia:

Albina (ahl-BEE-nah) is a feminine Tatar, Italian, Polish, Galician, Kyrgyz ("girl who brings happiness").

In Estonia, France, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Sweden March 1 is Albina’s Name day.
-- Anonymous User  1/4/2016
Also Lithuanian.
-- cutenose  3/21/2016
My mother is Albina and I love her so much. The name means 'white light' and that's what my mother is.
-- avaGurl112  9/3/2016

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