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PronouncedPron.mar-TEE-na GermanItalianSpanish
mər-TEE-nə Catalan
mahr-TEEN-ə English
mahr-TEE-nah Dutch

Meaning & History

Feminine form of Martinus (see MARTIN). Saint Martina was a 3rd-century martyr who is one of the patron saints of Rome.
VariantMartine Dutch
DiminutivesIna German Tina Italian Tina Croatian Tina Slovene Ina, Martie, Tina English Ina Swedish Ina, Maartje, Tina, Tineke Dutch
Masculine FormsMartin German Martino Italian Martín Spanish Martí Catalan Martin Czech Martin Slovak Martin Croatian Martin Slovene Márton Hungarian Martin English Mårten, Martin Swedish Maarten, Marten, Martijn Dutch Martinus Ancient Roman
Other Languages & CulturesMartine French Ina Limburgish Martine Norwegian Martyna Polish
User SubmissionMartína


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Entry updated August 16, 2017   Contribute