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The Egyptian serial killer Sakina, whose sister was Raya. She was executed.
XironDarkstar  1/14/2018
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There are different variants of the name, SAKINAH, SUKINA, SUKAYNA and lots more, widely used in the Arab world. Derived from the "sukun" meaning peace, calmness, tranquility. It is related to the Hebrew word "shekinah" which is feminine and an abstract noun meaning the presence of God in the world. It was also the name of a great grand daughter of the Prophet Mohammed, she is highly revered by Muslims.
― Anonymous User  4/4/2012
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It can also be used in Japanese.
From 咲 (saki) "bloom, blossom, flowering" and 菜 (na) "greens, vegetables" or 奈 (na), a phonetic character.
HoshiyaSatsuki  6/27/2011
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In a dream-like Bollywood movie "Saawariya" the other main character is called Sakina.
― Anonymous User  8/23/2009
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Pronounced "sah-kee-na".
Emilie007  9/26/2008
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Sakina or Sukina was a character of Stephen King's "Red Rose". She was the black woman who became a ghost.
lizka  2/10/2008
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I don't personally know anyone named this, but if you ask me it sounds like a name of a fruit.
x3ThatGurlAmberx3  3/25/2007
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Good name, but have also seen it spelled 'Sukina'.
angelina  2/12/2005

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