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Also the form used in Slovenia. Nika as a full name far outpaces it, however.
-- earthnut  7/3/2007
I'm not sure what to think of this name, it's unusual.
-- nikkitty  11/25/2008
This name is Macedonian in origin. It derives from the Ancient Macedonian name Berenice which meant "bringing victory". This name, like Berenice and Veronica, features an element derived from the name of Nike, the goddess of victory. The name Nikolina is used mainly in Macedonia.
-- Anonymous User  8/22/2009
I have fallen in love with this name! Very pretty, uncommon & exotic! I can picture this on a child and a grown woman. Nikolina strikes me as name where the bearer of it is unbelievably beautiful.

This is definitely my favourite form of all the Nic/Nik names. Nika would be such a cute nickname also.
-- blue_belle  12/21/2009
Pronounced Nee-kaw-LEE-nah in Croatian.
-- goricar  7/13/2010
This is a commonly used name in Bulgaria as a feminine form of Nikolay and Nikola. The short form is usually "Nina" and the bearers celebrate their Name Day on December 6th. (Saint NICHOLAS Day).
The name is pronounced the same way (Nee-kaw-LEE-nah) in Bulgarian as well.
-- julia_says  3/8/2011
The name is also Serbian. [noted -ed]
-- Lumosnight  4/29/2011
The famous bearer is Nikolina Dobreva known as Nina Dobrev.
-- Vikosha  1/19/2013

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