Meaning
Usage
Pronunciation
Famous
Impression
Other
Also Flemish: http://www.names.be/meisjesnamen.html?met=Albertina&sort=alpha
Also Dutch, Dutch (Antillean) and Dutch (Surinamese): https://www.meertens.knaw.nl/nvb/naam/is/Albertina
Also Niçard: http://www.sourgentin.org/cours-de-nissart/les-prenoms/
You'll find bearers on social media.
Also Gascon: https://ieo-oc.org/spip.php?page=article&id_article=300 --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
Alba, Bertie, Birdie and Betty could be potential nicknames.
This name was also used among the German minority in Bessarabia: https://ofb.genealogy.net/famreport.php?ofb=krasna&ID=I23386&nachname=Krams&modus=&lang=de
Also occasionally used in Hungarian: https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albertina
Gender: FeminineUsages: HungarianPronunciation: ahl-BHER-ti-nahMeaning: German origins, feminine form of ALBERT, meaning "noble" and "famous".(Information from name #346711 originally submitted by user epresvanilia)
Also Slovene: https://sl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albertina_(ime)
Also used in Romania (you'll find bearers on social media).
Margravine Albertina Frederica of Baden-Durlach (3 July 1682 – 22 December 1755) was a German princess.
The Albertina is a museum in the First District of Vienna, Austria.
Pronounced ahl-ber-TEE-nah in German as well. [noted -ed]
The name Albertina has also been consistently used in The Netherlands. [noted -ed]
Actress Tina Majorino.
I don't like "Al" or "Bert" or "Bertie" for a girl's nickname. "Tina" is ok but there are so many other names to choose from that have "Tina" as a nickname, why go with this wholly burdensome name? Ick.
What a cool name!

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