Meaning & History
Short form of WILHELMINA and other names ending in mina. This was the name of a character in the novel Dracula (1897) by Bram Stoker.
Masculine FormsWilliam(English) Jacob, Jacobus, Jakob, Sjaak, Wilhelmus, Willem(Dutch) Wöllem, Wullem(Limburgish)
Other Languages & CulturesZhaklina(Bulgarian) Žaklina, Vilma(Croatian) Vilma(Czech) Jacobine(Danish) Minna, Vilhelmiina, Vilma(Finnish) Jacqueline(French) Wilhelmina, Wilhelmine, Elma, Helma, Helmine, Minna, Vilma, Wilma(German) Vilma(Hungarian) Giacoma, Giacomina(Italian) Vilhelmina(Lithuanian) Zhaklina(Macedonian) Jacobine(Norwegian) Żaklina(Polish) Vilma(Portuguese) Jaqueline(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Jamesina(Scottish) Žaklina(Serbian) Vilma(Slovak) Vilma(Spanish) Minna, Vilhelmina, Vilma(Swedish)
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