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Rosina was on the top 1000 list from the 1880's to the 1930's. Its most popular year was the 1890's where it ranked 566.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2006
"Rosina" is a feminine name also come across in Bulgaria (pronounced [Rosina], not [Rozina], with a stress on the [i]), but here it is connected with the Bulgarian noun "rosa" (pronounced [rosa], not [roza], with a stress on the [a]), which means "dew" (The Bulgarian word "roza" means "rose" as a noun).
-- iva_toneva  11/25/2007
Rosina is not only a name used in Italy, it is/was also used in Germany: a lot of my female ancesters was from Leipzig, Germany around the 15th century, was called Rosina - the oldest ancester named Rosina was born in 1659.
-- Merethe  8/19/2008
Rosina Bulwer-Lytton (1802–1882) was the wife of Edward Bulwer-Lytton, the English novelist, poet, playwright and politician who coined such phrases as "the pen is mightier than the sword" and "It was a dark and stormy night." She herself wrote and published fourteen novels, a volume of essays and a volume of letters.

The name is pronounced "ro-ZEE-nə" in English.
-- SeaHorse15  8/14/2009
Rosina sounds close to the Danish word for a Raisin = Rosin.

I kinda like it, though, for that reason. It's cute!
-- Anonymous User  2/9/2010
Italian Promunciation:


Roll your "R." "O" is nicely rounded; "Oh." An "S" sandwiched between two vowels becomes "Z." Finish "-na" as in the "A" in "Father." [noted -ed]
-- Francesca  1/22/2012
A British friend of mine is named Rosina, and she really hates it. Apparently people usually mispronounce Rosina so she always introduces herself simply as "Rosie" to people. She feels her parents tried too hard to be fancy when picking her name.
-- PurpleManners  4/26/2016

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