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My nephew is named Raine. He is Native American and the name was found in a book of Native American names.
― Anonymous User  1/10/2005
Famous bearer is Raine Maida of the Grammy-winning Canadian band Our Lady Peace.
foxsurfergirl  4/8/2005
I like this name but I prefer the spelling Rayne.
Carby7  5/2/2005
Raine for me, is God's Gift. A beautiful name for a girl with a beautiful face. When she smiles she just doesn't know how she takes my breath away. I hope GOD makes more people like her, because she's someone who can make a person feels good about life.
samsy  7/20/2005
This is my name, and I can recommend it to anyone, but be prepared for it to be mispronounced and for people to tell you jokes about the weather because I've been hearing them my entire life so far.
raine_j  10/11/2005
Once on T.V., someone's name was "Raine Gottess", but when you pronounced it sounded like "Rain Goddess". Very nice!
― Anonymous User  12/3/2005
Raine Sage was the name of one of the main characters in the video game "Tales of Symphonia".
ArtemisTheHunter  1/5/2006
This is a much prettier spelling of Rain. Although I think I prefer Rayne, but all versions are nice. A BEAUTIFUL name.
― Anonymous User  3/31/2006
Gender: Masculine and Feminine
Meaning: Wise Ruler
Fiend Grrl  9/14/2006
I love this name! It's such a pretty spelling of Rain or could also be used as a nickname for Lorraine.
swisssugar  2/4/2007
This is such a cool name for someone a bit unconventional and edgy. It sounds like the name of a cool girl with a great taste in music, someone who has a bit of an indie look. It's not bad on grown women either. It's just that variations of this name seem to be really common as middle names for ghastly names like Heaven and Nevaeh. Not a middle name for me. It's already stale as such.
slight night shiver  5/3/2008
The novelist Barbara Cartland named her only child (born 1929) Raine. That child, born Raine McCorquodale, became famous as an English High Society beauty and hostess - her first husband was the Earl of Dartmouth and her second Earl Spencer, father of Princess Diana.
Jonquil  8/31/2008
This name is quite ugly and lame. And I can't help but think of Raine Spencer, aka "Acid Raine", the hated stepmother of the late Princess Diana.
bananarama  10/7/2008
Rayne is the title character of the Bloodrayne video games and films. She is a half vampire (dhamphir) who hunts vampires for the secret Brimstone Society.
upon_her_eyes  1/27/2009
I know this name is placed as feminine, but I have seen it as masculine three times.
cole64989  6/23/2009
I love this name, but wouldn't use it as a first name because of the comments and jokes the kid would get. I'd use it at as middle name. This spelling is the best one, in my opinion.
― Anonymous User  8/1/2009
Annoying. I hate misspelled nouns as names.
Chrila96  12/4/2010
I like this name, but can you imagine how a kid with the name Raine would get teased?
Joy12  4/19/2011
A shortened form of Welsh 'Rhiannon'
Sometimes used as an informal title/nickname for those in a leader's position.
kai-kaiden  7/9/2011
I like to pronounce it as rain-EE, though in hindsight that would probably lead to a lot of weather-related teasing. Just thinks it sounds rather poetic that way.
Rain_In_Night  10/23/2011
One lady I found online has a daughter named Rhiannon, nicknamed Raine.
― Anonymous User  11/8/2011
It just seems like such a stereotypical emo kid/goth name.
hizakigrace  3/20/2013
This is my middle name! It's very pretty, though I think it works better as a middle name because it's easily misspelled as "rain".
lawlipop  6/14/2014
I love this name for a girl! I do prefer it spelled Rayne though!
Mama5  6/14/2015
It seems to be spelled Rayne more often. Very nice, feminine name!
― Anonymous User  6/14/2015
Raine is a pretty gorgeous name; I like it spelled thusly. At once hippie-ish and elegant. :)
IEnjoyTonsOGoodNames  7/19/2015
Nice name.. Used much more for girls, and that's how it should be. It's soft and feminine! Seems more commonly spelled Rayne these days and I prefer it spelled Rayne.
― Anonymous User  7/30/2015
I've seen it used for girls. Pretty and elegant feminine name. I do prefer the Rayne spelling though!
― Anonymous User  10/2/2015
Such a pretty female name! I like it better spelled as Rayne but there's not an option to comment on the name spelled that way.
― Anonymous User  2/17/2016
Meaning "helpful friend".
― Anonymous User  2/17/2016
Pretty name! I love it!... I would spell it Rayne though.
― Anonymous User  3/12/2016
I've always found Raine a gorgeous name! Elegant, classy, rare, natural but mysterious... hits all the right notes.
IEnjoyTonsOGoodNames  7/10/2016
Since it is from the word for Queen or a short form of a female name, I think this spelling is better for a girl.
ERK  12/26/2016
Such a pretty name for a girl. I love it! But I would spell it Rayne, and this seems more common these days.
― Anonymous User  1/22/2017
Oh, such a pretty name! I like both Raine and Rayne for girls of course.
― Anonymous User  3/11/2017
Also Yiddish.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2017
I like it, I kind of prefer it to Rena or Renee. It's more unique.
XironDarkstar  11/20/2017
I love the name Rayne, it's beautiful for a little girl's middle name. My granddaughter, her middle name is Rayne and it fits her personality.
― Anonymous User  1/14/2018
My name is Raine, I am 62 and as a child I wasn’t keen on it because all my friends had common names. However as an adult, and now unusual names are more common, I love it.
Raine999  2/16/2018

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