Meaning & History
Possibly a Portuguese and Galician form of IRENE
. This was the name of a 7th-century saint
(also known as Irene) from Tomar in Portugal.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Eirene, Irene (Ancient Greek), Irina (Bulgarian), Irena, Ena (Croatian), Irena, Irenka (Czech), Irene (Danish), Irena (Dutch), Irene (English), Irene, Irina, Arja, Erja, Irja (Finnish), Irène (French), Irina, Irine (Georgian), Irene (German), Eirene, Irene (Greek Mythology), Irén (Hungarian), Eireen (Irish), Irene (Italian), Irena (Lithuanian), Irina (Macedonian), Irene (Norwegian), Irena, Irenka (Polish), Irina (Romanian), Irina, Arina, Arisha, Ira, Irinushka (Russian), Irena (Serbian), Irena (Slovene), Irene (Spanish), Irene (Swedish), Iryna (Ukrainian)
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