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Tina is Latin and means "little one".
-- Anonymous User  9/26/2005
My name is Tina and I love it. Not many people in my area have that name so it's not over used like Jessica, or Ashley.
-- teinor1217  11/29/2005
My mother's name is Tina. Sometimes I call her Teeny or Tianna for nicknames.
-- Anonymous User  12/19/2005
Tina Fey is an American writer, comedian, and actress. She is a cast member and co-head writer of Saturday Night Live.
-- Anonymous User  1/23/2006
This is my name. I used to wish that my name was more unique and "fancy", but I really like my name now. In Persian, it means "flower".
-- Anonymous User  3/12/2006
Anna Mae Bullock, who was born on 26th November 1938, in Nutbush, Tennessee, is the great singer Tina Turner.
-- iva_toneva  5/6/2006
The feminine names "Tinka" and "Tina" are used in Bulgaria, "Tinka" is a Bulgarian name, while Tina is international. In Bulgaria "Tinka" and "Tina" are often thought as abbreviations respectively of "Latinka" and the originated name from "Latinka" - "Latina". "Latinka" is the Bulgarian word for the flower "nasturtium". That is why "Latinka" and "Latina" have a nameday on Palm Sunday (the Sunday before Easter) - the day of the flowers and willows (the names of the other trees also have a nameday).
-- iva_toneva  5/10/2006
Philippina Lydia Arena, born in Moonee Ponds, Victoria, Australia, on 1st November, 1967, is the singer Tina Arena (she changed her nickname Pina to Tina for show business). The song for which Tina Arena is famous around the world is "I Want To Spend My Lifetime Loving You", which she performs together with Mark Anthony, the song is the soundtrack of the film "The Mask Of Zorro" (1998).
-- iva_toneva  5/25/2006
Pretty, gentle and loving.
-- Anonymous User  8/15/2006
A famous bearer is the American film and television actress Tina Majorino (born February 7, 1985).
-- Anonymous User  10/22/2006
There is an author named Tina Wainscott.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2006
I don't like the name Tina, it's too fru fru for me even though it's not my name. (no offense to any Tinas)
-- kwebberag  11/30/2006
Believe it or not, Tina means bathtub in Spanish! (-:
-- FairyGirl  12/7/2006
In the movie Napoleon Dynamite, Napoleon's llama is named Tina. Tina is a dumb name, I think.
-- Taydbug112  12/17/2006
Tina! Come get some ham!
-- Anonymous User  10/20/2010
I loved the name Tina as a child, and therefore I had three dolls named Tina! "Big Tina", "Tina girl" and "Little Tina". Today I do not think it's anything special.
-- elliebeth  1/31/2007
One of my best friend's name is Tina. I love it. It's not too popular or too weird. It's just a really good name.
-- bookdiva  2/15/2007
Tina isn't always short for something, the same as Tino, so the information needs a few changes.
-- Anonymous User  3/4/2007
It means "Bathtub" in Spanish!

OMG. Sorry. I went to write a story in Spanish and it had a girl named Tina in it, and I translated it with Babel Fish and it was so funny, it was like, "I'm here with my friend Bathtub."

Just figured I should tell you that.
-- Anonymous User  4/18/2007
Also a feminine name in Slovenia. [noted -ed]
-- earthnut  7/3/2007
I find this name really boring. It doesn't have a meaning and it's very various.
-- Anonymous User  9/29/2007
Quite boring, common, and minimalist, but the good thing is that no one can accuse the bearers of having a ghetto, redneck, stripper, or trailer trash name. The name does remind me of the awesome track Don't Save Us from the Flames by M83, but it's not exactly an exciting name.
-- slight night shiver  5/10/2008
I'm sorry but I don't like this name at all! Would you really want a little girl named Tina? No offense to all the Tina's out there, you're all probably very nice people!
-- drpepper  7/4/2008
My father told me that Tina is an Indian name meaning little princes.
-- Anonymous User  8/17/2008
There's the singer Teena Marie, I like the way she spells her name.
-- disgurlcrazy  9/2/2008
In the Netherlands Tina is the name of a girl's comic. It exists for years.
-- Kaat5  9/25/2008
Urm, actually I had a friend called Tina, and immediately everyone called her Tin of Tuna, or just Tuna.
-- reina  12/2/2008
I know a girl in my school whose nick-name is Tina. Her real name is Florentina, which I find beautiful and Tina is a cute nick-name.
-- DeeDee153  12/13/2008
Can be used as a short nickname for "Christina", or by it's own diminutive form.
-- RachelLee  12/29/2008
As a given name, Tina sounds trashy and bitchy. If you really like it, give your daughter a name like Christina, Martina, or Valentina and then call her Tina for short.
-- bananarama  9/3/2009
Tina Wesson was a the winner of Survivor: Australian Outback and also appeared on Survivor: All-Stars and was voted out first!
-- sddorme  11/3/2009
I love this name for its gorgeous sweet sound.
-- Anonymous User  2/24/2010
Tina is one of those names that is a bit ditzy sounding, yet still has a nice ring to it. Sort of like Emily.
-- Anonymous User  3/2/2010
Also a girls name in Croatia. [noted -ed]
-- goricar  4/7/2010
Tina is a pretty and sexy name at the same time. I love my nickname. I think it also helps if you look good since it is considered a very pretty name that stands out too. I know some men also love the name Tina.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2010
Tina is NOT used as a diminutive for Katarina in Croatia, but for Kristina and other names ending in -Tina (like Martina, Valentina, etc.).
-- Sofia  7/13/2010
This name has a kind of bittersweet sound to it.
-- Hushpuppy  6/2/2011
Tina Louise, with whom I have been known to correspond, (no lie!) is a famous bearer of this name. She is best known for her portrayal of movie star Ginger Grant on "Gilligan's Island" from 1964-1976.
-- HugeFanOfVivVance  10/28/2011
I love the name Tina, it's so sweet and Minnie Mouse-like, and it's just perfect.
-- Anonymous User  4/8/2012
Tina is a common female given name. It originates from Old English 'Tyne, Tyna, Tina', meaning 'river'.

It is also a nickname for names such as Bettina, Christina, Christine, Martina, Valentina, etc. The masculine counterpart is Tino. In Finland and Estonia the name is often written as Tiina.
-- Sannanas  11/2/2012
This name isn't the worst, but I always wondered why you would settle for this if there are Christina and Martina instead.
-- EstherTester  1/22/2013
The name Tina was given to 178 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013

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