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I have had this name since birth and I wish I had shared the name with my daughter since I never hear anyone say their name is Andrina. I have been called unique for having this name.
-- lolo  2/6/2005
It is also a Swiss Romansh name, from the male form "Andrin".
-- karin1  7/21/2005
Andrina is one of Ariel's sisters in the Little Mermaid. She has a purple tail.
-- Jordania  7/26/2005
I have had this name for the last 21 years and many people have called it unique! I have only heard of one other person with it - the day I was born a nurse came to see me who had never heard anyone else with this name.
-- drina  10/6/2005
I really like this name, I just wish it had a prettier meaning.
-- dreadfulxsorry  2/22/2007
I think Andrina is a beautiful, unique, and smart name.
-- Anonymous User  9/30/2007
This name has also been used in the Netherlands.
-- Lucille  3/17/2008
This is a very pretty name, and nicely underused.
-- slight night shiver  4/19/2008
Super fond of this name. May use it. For a story character or daughter. I love underused names.
-- italiannames  11/22/2009
I was about 11 years old when I found out my name was Andrina. We were doing the passport thing when I realized that my name and my mother's were the same. We had emigrated from Holland to Canada in 1953 and were going back for a visit in 1964. Even though my mother's name was Andrina, my father, Andries, never called her that. (Must have been a Dutch thing). As I said earlier, I never knew my name was Andrina. Everyone in the family called me Anke, a shortened form of Anneke. Anneke would have been easier to live with, but I hated Anke (pronounced Unka). I called myself Ann for years. I was around 20 when I broke away from my old life. My first action was to reinstate my name, Andrina. As this is my only name, I feel it's the best choice I have ever made. I love it for its uniqueness, and I'm flattered whenever anyone comments on it. I only wish was that at least one of my two sons would've named a daughter Andrina.
-- antiqueannie  11/23/2009
Andrina is also the Romansh feminine form of masculine Andri and Andrin. Both Andri and Andrin are Romansh forms of Henry; thus Andrina could be considered the Romansh equivalent of Henrietta.
-- Anonymous User  12/4/2009

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