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Evelina is a character in the Doctor Who episode "The Fires of Pompeii".
Princess_Shireen  4/4/2019
You know in Greece, Evelina comes from Euanggelie, which means good news.
Evena289  1/18/2019
Hi everyone, I am expecting a little baby girl in three weeks. Evelyn has been the name we have picked. I love it. However, yesterday I heard the name Evelina and absolutely fell in love. Do you think Evelina goes with our surname which is Kinsella? Evelina Kinsella? There are a lot of syllables and lots of 'a' sounds. My husband doesn't think it goes. I would love some honest opinions please. Thank you.
ashleylucyrufus  11/17/2018
kayisforkeen  9/29/2018
My 3 year old granddaughter is blessed with this name however my daughter, attempting to be unique, spelled it EVELENA. A beautiful name for a truly beautiful little girl!
RhonnieT64  3/10/2018
I LOVE this name! It's so energetic, sweet, dynamic and just full of joy and enthusiasm. It has something special about it. I've always thought it's a name for a beautiful, or at least pretty, maybe even a bit vain girl, who is bubbly, extroverted, fun loving, energetic, coquettish and full of enthusiasm, but also sensitive, artsy, intelligent and elegant and very likeable. In my country, the form of Evelina is Ewelina. I like it too and even thought about using it for my future child, but it's a bit dated in this strange way, it was pretty overused in 70's, 80's and maybe still a bit in early 90's (similarly as Evelina in Sweden, I suppose) and now it's almost unheard of nowadays on children and just associated with a woman in her thirties. But in English-speaking countries, I think Evelina is a beautiful alternative to Ava, Eva, Adeline, or even Evelyn, as it's so unique there. I like Evelina so much more than Eva. I actually think Eva is rather ugly.
mairinn  12/15/2017
Evelina Olsen is a Swedish singer.
― Anonymous User  12/15/2017
Hi, I'm an Evelina as well. It was passed down from a great great grandmother, pronounced the same, spelled a bit different. I have never known the origin of the name or the grandmother, being only 4 months old when she passed. I've a very old black and white photo of a bald baby sitting in the lap of a very stern faced elderly lady. I don't know much of her, she was apparently as stern as she appears in the photo. When I was little our older neighbor next door used to sing some words to a song about Evelina, my sweet Evelina. That was my first knowledge of there being other Evelinas. I now own a copy of the book Evelina by Frances Burney. I have yet to meet another Evelina!
― Anonymous User  3/7/2017
My name is Evelina and I'm actually Indian. I grew up in Australia since I was 4 and people pronounce my name as Eh-vah-lee-nah but in India people usually pronounce my name as Ee-vah-lee-nah, I pronounce it like that as well when I speak Malayalam (which is my language that I speak in Kerala where I come from in India). I like my name a lot because it's different. I thank my parents for this beautiful name that they gave :D.
Flo_stream  11/13/2016
There is a song:"Sweet Evelina" from around the time of the civil war in USA.
Hero76  7/1/2016
The name Evelina was given to 175 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/16/2016
We gave this name to our daughter in 2008. However, I spelled it Evalina by accident on the birth certificate form and didn't actually find out until we registered her for school. Oops.

It really is a gorgeous name. And her middle name Camille flows so lovely with it.
― Anonymous User  6/20/2015
I usually don't like long names but this one is simply beautiful! It's a shame it's not used more often.
― Anonymous User  8/14/2013
The name Evelina was given to 115 baby girls born in the US in 2012 :)
Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Evelina is a character in the Doctor Who episode "The Fires of Pompeii". She is the (fictional) daughter of Lucius Caecilius Iucundus (who is a real historical figure). Evelina is a prophet who can see the future, but is trapped in Pompeii at the time of the eruption.
Sophannagh  12/20/2008
Evelina de Rothschild (1839-66), daughter of an English Member of Parliament, was commemorated by her family with the Evelina de Rothschild School for Girls in Jerusalem.
Jonquil  8/31/2008
Ewelina in Polish.
ADT  5/24/2007
This is such a beautiful name. I wonder why it is not more popular?
― Anonymous User  3/20/2007
This name is used in Sweden too and pronounced as Eh-veh-LEE-nah.
Ylva  8/16/2006
Vividly beautiful and very rare.
tmarie  3/12/2006
Evelina is the protagonist of Fanny Burney's very enjoyable novel entitled Evelina: The History of a Young Lady's Entrance into the World (1778).
kmpug23  1/16/2006
The meaning of this name, according to books I've read in Bulgarian, is the following: "life, joy of life, full of life".
egalova  3/9/2005

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