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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
I love my name! I actually hated it until I was about 16. Then I discovered boys liked my name because it was so feminine. Silly reason for deciding I liked it. One day I got a wild idea and looked up Andrina on FaceBook. I found a bunch from all over the world! It's been fascinating learning about them, the different ways they came by their name, and things about their lives. If anyone is interested, there is a FB page just for Andrina. And I'd love to accept friend requests from other Andrina's.
AndrinaRich  2/4/2017

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