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Arabic name that means "From the land of Christians".
-- Anonymous User  1/26/2006
The singer Romina Power from the duet "Al Bano and Romina Power". Romina Power and Albano Carrisi have sung together for almost 30 years. Some of their hits are: "Felicita", "Liberta", "Cara Terra Mia", "Nostalgia Canaglia", "Ci Sara", "Magic Oh Magic".
-- iva_toneva  5/27/2006
I don't think that's the meaning of the name. As far as I know, my name comes from the Arabic language (rumina or ÑæãíäÇ), means "from the christian land" or something like that. Have a nice day! Or night, it's ten to eight PM here.
-- romi  7/11/2007
I really think this name is beautiful, and oh, guess what, it's my name! I'm very happy with it but it really has to be used with the right surname. Don't name a baby Romina Black or Romina Fernandez, please! Don't ruin the name like that!
-- realmrsstewie  9/20/2007
I think Romina is a lovely name. To the ear, it sounds aesthetic, cool and graceful, and it looks pretty in writing, too. I think Romina could easily suit girls and women alike. And it has great nicknames possibilities - Roma, Mina and my personal favourite, Romi.
-- Ailis  1/30/2010
This name is also used frequently in The Netherlands. In some cases, it is a pet form of names like Rosa and Rosemarie (kind of like Romy is for Rosemarie), where the -mina in Romina could be seen as some kind of diminutive suffix.
-- Lucille  3/19/2010
In Italian Pronunciation:

Roh-MEE-Nah

Roll your "R." "O" is as usual, "Oh." Stress the "I" in "Mi" to "EE." Softly "A," as in "Father." [noted -ed]
-- Francesca  4/30/2011
American actress Romina Espinosa (born 1988 in Coral Gables, Florida).
-- Anonymous User  8/11/2012

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