When I think of this name, I imagine a girl who likes music and aspires to be a rock star. Awesome and cool!
I like this name! Martina feels stable and mature. Has elegance. Good name!
Also Gascon and Languedocian: --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
Also Bulgarian:
You'll find bearers on social media.
Martina is also Bulgarian. The name day for Martina in Bulgaria is March 1.Scripts: Мартина (Bulgarian) [noted -ed]
Martina is the femine form of Martin and it means "God (In feminine Goddess) of War" Indeed I have a sensitive soul but I have the spirit of a Warrior. I overcome obstacles and challenges (with the help of my Higher Power) I am a champion! Thank you Mom and Dad for such a meaningful name. ❤.
Also Sicilian:
Also Corsican:
Also Aragonese: --- Martina de Aysa
Here in Italy Martina is a very common name since the '80s, it's my best friend's name too and all the Martinas are called Marty or Marti as nickname. I find it really sweet and cute but also a bit childish.
Martina itself is a very pretty Italian name. There was a woman named Marty in a Robyn Carr book. I hated that name being used for a female. It's a man's name. We never find out what the character's full name is, but I'm guessing it was either Martina or Martha.
Also Gascon: (Source: Michel Grosclaude, Dictionnaire étymologique des noms de famille gascons, 2003)
Really pretty!
Martina von Trapp was a member of the Trapp Family Singers and was the seventh child of Georg von Trapp and his first wife, Agatha Whitehead von Trapp. She was a member of the Trapp Family Singers, whose lives were the inspiration for the play and movie The Sound of Music. She was portrayed as the character "Gretl".
Martina Bárta is a Czech jazz singer and musician. A vocalist and a player of the French horn, she was part of the Frankfurt am Main-based jazz band 4 To The Bar. She also had a role in the musical Robin Hood and worked with Felix Slováček and Karel Gott. She represented the Czech Republic in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with the song My Turn but failed to qualify to the final.
Martina Strutz is a German pole vaulter. She finished fifth in women pole Vault at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. She finished fifth at the 2000 World Junior Championships in Santiago, fifth at the 2006 European Athletics Championships in Gothenburg and fourth at the 2006 IAAF World Cup in Athens. Her personal best is 4.80 metres, achieved in August 2011 in Daegu.
Martina Stella is an Italian actress and screenwriter. Stella made her cinematic debut at the age of 16 in 2001 in L'ultimo bacio. The film was a success in Italy, and was nominated for multiple David di Donatello awards, including Best Film.
Martina Colombari is an Italian film and television actress, model and television presenter.
Also used in Bulgaria, Macedonia and Serbia. It is also rare in Russia.
It is also spelt Martyna in Polish.
Also used in Hungary. [noted -ed]
Pronounced: MAWR-ti-naw.
Martina isn't a very common name, and I think it is quite pretty.
The name Martina was given to 130 girls born in the US in 2015.
Martina is a very common name in Czech and Slovak republics. It had become popular via Martina Navratilova. I didn't like it when I was a child, I wanted a more common old fashioned name like Zuzana (Susan) or Tereza (Therese) etc but as an adult I appreciate it more as it is quite rare where I live now. Also I like how it is pronounced in English as opposed to Czech. I used to work for a lady who would call me Martine which is the French version. My parents would use a nickname Tina or Tinka derived from Martina, Martinka.
The name Martina was only given to 99 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Also Catalan. Martina has been extremely popular in Catalonia for the past few years. [noted -ed]
Martina McBride (born 1966 in Sharon, Kansas) is a famous American country singer.
It's an anagram of AM train, lol.
The Dutch pronunciation for Martina is the same as the Italian and Spanish pronunciation (mahr-TEE-nah). [noted -ed]
Martina could mean 'small sea' or 'little ocean'.
I know an adorable little girl named Martina nickname Marta. Meeting her totally changed my perception of this name. It's a fun and spunky choice that makes a nice alternative to the increasingly trendy Matilda or the horrendously overused Madeline/Maddison names. It's familiar and easy to spell, yet not a predictable choice.
It's different yet beautiful. I like "Marti" as a nickname.
In Italy Martina is overused since the 1980s. It was the 6th most popular name in Rome in 1986, the 2nd in 1991 (behind Giulia) and the 5th in 1994 (behind Giulia, Francesca, Federica and Chiara); the 2nd most popular in Italy in 2004 (behind Giulia) and the 4th in 2006 (behind Giulia, Sara and Sofia).
Martina Janková, opera singer and soprano
Martina Kociánová, opera singer and moderator
Martina Moravcová, swimmer
Martina Menšíková, actress and moderator
Martina Sáblíková, racing skater
Martina Trchová, folk singer
Martina Růžičková-Jelínková, jockey
Martina Sanollová, singer and pianist
Czech-Indian singer Martina Balog.
Slovak R´n´B singer Tina has the real name Martina Csillag.
Even though this name is basically just Martin with an 'a' added to it, it sounds feminine and pretty cool. After all, the stress is on the second syllable.
Czech and Slovak pronunciation is "mahr-TYEE-nah" (shortly).
A cute nickname for this (in my opinion) would be Marty. To me, that sounds like a fun-loving, outgoing tomboy.
My mother's name is Martina, but everyone calls het Tina. Problem is I know a Tina, and really don't like her. So I call my mother Martina. It's an okay name, shame it's just another derived from male-name.
Martina Colombari (born in Riccione, 10 July 1975) is an Italian model, actress and tv presenter.
Martina Stella (Born 28 november 1984) is an Italian actress.
The youngest von Traap daughter was called Martina, in the movie she is Gretl.
*Hingisová is a Swiss-Czechoslovak tennis player.
Martina Hingisová is a Swiss-Czech tennis player
Martina Navrátilová is tennis player from the Czech Republic
Martina Menšíková is a Czech actress
Martina Balogová is a Czech singer.
Martina von Trapp (born 1921) was the youngest daughter in the famous von Trapp family, whose story was immortalised in the musical "The Sound of Music". She is represented in the movie by the character Gretl.
My aunt's name - named for her father, Martin. I think it's quite a girly name. It's nice but don't like the short form, Tina.
My name is Martina, and as I child I used to hate it. I wished my name was Katie or Lauren. Now I realize that it allows me to stick out in a crowd.
One of the original Trapp family singers founded in 1936.
Martina Hingis, Swiss tennis player.
"Mar" is a Spanish word which means "sea".
In Bulgaria "Martina" is connected with the Bulgarian word "mart", which means "March". In this country "Martina" is thought as a derivative of "Marta". In Bulgaria "Marta", "Martin" (the stress is on the "i"), Martina have a nameday on 1st March - the day of "baba Marta" ("grandma Marta"), who ties "martenichki" (or "martenitzi") (bracelets made of 2 interwoven threads - white and red) to children's wrists with a wish children to be healthy the whole year. The "Martenichka" (or the "martenitza") could be also a combination of 2 pieces of wool - white and red - resembling triangles - which are tied by a string made of a white and a red thread, the most beautiful of this type are the combination of a boy and a girl called respectively "Piju" [pronounced (piju), not (pidju)] and "Penda". Bulgarians tie each other with "martenichki" bracelets or adorn one another with the 2nd type of the "martenichki" for health. In Bulgaria the 1st March is thought as the beginning of spring - waking up of nature, a new beginning.
"Martina" could be interpreted as a sum of the names "Mar" and "Tina", both of which are feminine names.
Martina McBride is a famous country singer-songwriter.

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