Given Name TIN

GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Croatian
PRONOUNCED: TEEN  [details]

Meaning & History

Croatian short form of MARTIN, AUGUSTIN, and other names ending in tin.
VARIANT: Valent
FEMININE FORMS: Martina, Valentina
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Augustinus, Martinus, Valentinus (Ancient Roman), Balendin, Mattin, Matxin (Basque), Martin, Valentin (Bulgarian), Agustí, Martí (Catalan), Augustín, Augustin, Martin, Valentin (Czech), Martin, Morten, Valentin (Danish), Augustijn, Maarten, Marten, Martijn, Valentijn, Martinus, Stijn, Tijn (Dutch), Augustine, Austin, Martin, Valentine, Austen, Austyn, Martie, Marty, Val (English), Martti, Martin (Finnish), Augustin, Martin, Valentin (French), Auke (Frisian), Augustin, Martin, Valentin, Merten (German), Ágoston, Bálint, Márton, Martin (Hungarian), Máirtín (Irish), Agostino, Martino, Valentino, Dino, Tino (Italian), Mārtiņš (Latvian), Augustinas, Martynas (Lithuanian), Martin, Valentin (Macedonian), Martîn (Norman), Martin, Morten, Valentin (Norwegian), Augustyn, Marcin, Walenty (Polish), Agostinho, Martim, Martinho (Portuguese), Mars (Roman Mythology), Augustin, Martin, Valentin, Vali (Romanian), Martin, Valentin (Russian), Ualan (Scottish), Augustín, Martin, Valentín (Slovak), Avguštin, Martin, Valentin, Tine, Tinek (Slovene), Agustín, Martín, Valentín (Spanish), Mårten, Martin, Valentin (Swedish), Martyn, Valentyn (Ukrainian), Awstin, Folant, Martyn (Welsh)
USER SUBMISSION: Tín

Categories

elements, metals, short forms
Entry updated July 27, 2015