Gender Feminine
Usage English, Dutch
Pronounced Pron. MEE-nə(English) MEE-na(Dutch)  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Short form of Wilhelmina and other names ending in mina. This was the name of a character in the novel Dracula (1897) by Bram Stoker.

Related Names

VariantsMinnie(English) Elma, Helma, Mien, Wil, Willy, Wilma(Dutch)
Other Languages & CulturesZhaklina(Bulgarian) Žaklina, Vilma(Croatian) Vilma(Czech) Vilhelmiina, Minna, Vilma(Finnish) Jacqueline(French) Wilhelmine, Elma, Helma, Helmine, Minna, Vilma, Wilhelmina, Wilma(German) Vilma(Hungarian) Giacoma, Giacomina(Italian) Vilhelmina, Vilma(Lithuanian) Žaklina, Zhaklina(Macedonian) Wilmot(Medieval English) Jacobine(Norwegian) Vilma(Portuguese) Jaqueline(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Jamesina(Scottish) Žaklina(Serbian) Vilma(Slovak) Vilma(Spanish) Minna, Vilhelmina, Vilma, Wilma(Swedish)
Same SpellingMina 2, Mina 3
User SubmissionsMi-Na, Mína, Mîna, Min-A, Miña, Mina


People think this name is

classic   youthful   natural   wholesome   delicate   refined   strange   simple   serious   nerdy  

Name Days

Lithuania: December 23
Norway: July 5
Poland: November 24
Poland: December 23
Romania: November 11
Romania: December 10


Entry updated December 7, 2022