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My real name is Latrina and I did not see it on the list and I once had a student that spelled my name Triana, which I thought was beautiful.
-- mocha  9/24/2005
My first name is also LaTrina. I also didn't see that name on the list. I knew another Latrina in high school, but she spelled her name: Latrena.
-- treewilla  10/31/2005
Trina is the name of a character in the film Cabin Boy.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2005
My name is Trina. It's not short for anything just Trina. I don't know where my mother got the idea for my name but I wouldn't change it for the world. I love my name and I have only ever heard of one other person with the name Trina.
-- wotnot3006  1/17/2006
I know a Katrina who goes by Trina and the name suits her very well. It makes her seem sophisticated and feminine.
-- indigopearl  8/13/2006
Trina Carrington is the wife of a famous comedian and country singer Rodney Carrington.
-- audreyhubley  8/28/2006
I think the name Trina is very beautiful. For a little girl I picture like a pretty little ballerina. That's what I think of when I think of a little girl named Trina. I believe I may name my future daughter this.
-- Tito82  12/20/2006
Beautiful name for a little princess!
-- cleopatraVII  12/21/2006
Very princessy. I love it!
-- EgYpTiAn PrInCeSs  1/17/2007
This is a really pretty name.
-- 7up  2/12/2007
I like the soud of the name Trina but every time I hear it I think of my friend's annoying little sister. She is named Katriona and goes by it shortened to Triona, but still pronounced Tree-nah.
-- YMPvt  3/4/2007
Or can be pronounced Tr-IN-ah.
-- Anonymous User  12/17/2007
Trina is a character in the film "Penny Serenade" adopted by Cary Grant and Irene Dunne, Cary treats her like a princess but is heart-broken when she dies. This name is for a princess.
-- littlescarlett  1/21/2009
This is an occasional nick-name for me as my given name is Catriona and I used to hate it when some people called me Trina but now I really love it and wish people called me it more often as this is such a good name! (for nick-name purposes) If this was used for a given name it would seem odd. But nice.
-- better_to_live  4/18/2009
I love this as a nickname for Katrina/Catrina.
-- Alora  4/17/2010
There is also a Yiddish version of Trina, meaning star or bliss - ref: http://www.hebrewbabynames.com/item.cfm?itemid=29456
-- Anonymous User  5/30/2011
The name Trina was given to 49 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013
Trina was given to 27 baby girls in 2014 in the USA.
-- lilolaf  2/13/2016
Trina (also variantly spelled as Triena) is also used in Dutch and Limburgish, where it is a short form of Catharina and Katharina. It is pronounced as 'TREE-nah' in both languages.

- http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/nvb/naam/is/Trina (in Dutch)
- see page 2 of "Limburgse Veurname", a PDF-file containing Limburgish names, which is located at http://www.veldeke.net/1032667881.htm (in Limburgish)

It has always been a rare name officially (as short names and nicknames have traditionally rarely been registered as official names in the Netherlands; people have always registered their children by their full names), but not at all informally, at least for people born before the 1970s. After that, the name Catharina decreased in popularity (as did Katharina) and so did its short form Trina. As a result, Trina is now considered a rather old-fashioned name. (Young) Dutch women named Catharina or Katharina today will go by a different and more fashionable short form of the name, such as Cato and Keet.
-- Lucille  4/11/2016
The name Trina was given to 36 girls born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/14/2016

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