Gender Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. JEE-nə
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Meaning & History

Variant of Gina.

Related Names

Masculine FormsEugene, George
Other Languages & CulturesLagina(African American) Eugeneia, Eugenia(Ancient Greek) Verginia, Virginia(Ancient Roman) Eukene(Basque) Yauheniya(Belarusian) Evgenia, Evgeniya, Gergana, Raina, Rayna, Raya, Zhenya(Bulgarian) Evženie, Jiřina, Regina(Czech) Regina, Gina, Ina(Danish) Regina(Estonian) Eugénie, Georgette, Georgine, Régine, Virginie, Gigi(French) Uxía(Galician) Regina, Regine, Ina(German) Evgenia, Georgia, Virginia(Greek) Georgina, Györgyi, Regina(Hungarian) Eugenia, Giorgia, Regina, Virginia, Gina(Italian) Regina(Late Roman) Jevgēņija, Jevgeņija, Regīna(Latvian) Jurgita, Regina, Virginija(Lithuanian) Evgenija(Macedonian) Regina, Regine, Gina, Ina(Norwegian) Eugenia, Regina(Polish) Eugênia, Regina, Virginia(Portuguese) Eugenia, Virginia, Georgeta, Georgiana(Romanian) Evgenia, Evgeniya, Yevgeniya, Zhenya(Russian) Regina(Slovak) Eugenia, Georgina, Regina, Reina, Reyes, Virginia, Reyna(Spanish) Regina, Gina, Ina(Swedish) Yevheniya(Ukrainian) Owena(Welsh)
Same SpellingGena 2
User SubmissionsGeňa, Gena

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Entry updated January 22, 2019