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It's pronounced TEE-NOH. Tina is pronounced TEE-NA. [fixed -ed]
Tbird  7/7/2005
Tino means vat in Italian!
― Anonymous User  12/7/2006
Tino Mothes is the dude from the German group Nachtfalke.
― Anonymous User  5/31/2007
Hehe if you watch The Weekenders, then you know this is the name of the blond, sarcastic comedian Tino Tonitini, voiced by Jason Mardsen. Best show ever.

Now whenever I hear this name, I think of a guy who makes people laugh. Plus I think it's kind of a cute pet name for an Italian friend or something (if they don't mind it).
_0TophasNails_1  11/12/2008
Tino di Camaino (c. 1280 – c. 1337) was an Italian sculptor.
― Anonymous User  10/16/2011
Sometimes used for Constantine by people of Greek descent. (My uncle and I were among them, though I have long used only my full name except with my family and anyone I meet through them.)
Kosta  2/19/2015
My little four-year-old grand-nephew was named Tino after his father, Valentino. I really wished he was named Valentino, too. I think Tino is too flimsy for a birth name. Unfortunately, I had no say in the matter.
girl0670  4/25/2017
Tino Väinämöinen is the personification of Finland from the anime Axis Powers Hetalia.
LydiaL  9/3/2017

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