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In DC Comics' 'Batman' series, Selina Kyle is the real name of the anti-heroine Catwoman, famed for her lust-hate relationship with Batman.
-- reservoirdoll1987  6/27/2006
This variant is commonly used in European countries (Russia and Finland are two in particular).
-- Anonymous User  7/13/2006
This was my great-grandmother's name. I like it a lot. Very pretty and feminine yet relatively uncommon in today's world.
-- evah  7/13/2006
Selina tends to be a name reserved for an elite class of women. They are amoung the most beautiful and tend to be able to understand the mind of the opposite sex. Thier beauty is only surpassed by thier intelligence.
-- Nsracing33  1/29/2007
To me I picture Selina as beautiful Hispanic little girl. I want to name my daughter Selina. I am so attached to this name. It's so pretty.
-- deatheater1408  8/5/2007
I looked this up name in a baby name book and it is Greek not English!
-- deatheater1408  8/5/2007
I adore this name! My great-great-grandmother's name was Selina. I think it's so refined and romantic, and reminds me of a Victorian beauty.
-- Anonymous User  8/29/2008
I looked it up in a dictionary and it said heavenly. The person who has this name is usually pretty, refined and intelligent. They are also understanding and passionate. It is a beautiful name.
-- crazypoet  11/7/2008
Selina Jen (born 1981), member of the Taiwanese girl group "S.H.E"
-- CarolinW  3/18/2010
This is a pretty name. Much better and more historical than Selena.
-- Anonymous User  5/27/2013
My mum named me Selina but I didn't like it at all so I stopped using it.
-- GLAM  7/2/2015
I'm a Selina - named after my great grandmother. I've always loved my name and had lots of nice comments about it. It's not that common in the UK but have met a couple of Selinas before (albeit with different spellings). I love that it's derived from the Greek moon goddess too! My shortened version in my family is Nina (which I love and use regularly) and occasionally Sel with work colleagues (which I don't like but people love to shorten things!)
-- SelinaCeee  11/15/2015

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