Gender Feminine
Usage English

Meaning & History

Variant of Nina 1, also coinciding with the Spanish word nena meaning "baby girl".

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesAntonina(Ancient Roman) Antanina, Nina(Belarusian) Joanna(Biblical) Ioanna(Biblical Greek) Iohanna(Biblical Latin) Yanna(Breton) Antonina, Nina(Bulgarian) Joana(Catalan) Ghjuvanna(Corsican) Nina, Žana(Croatian) Johana, Nina(Czech) Johanna, Johanne, Nina(Danish) Johanna, Nina(Dutch) Johanna(Estonian) Johanna, Nina(Finnish) Johanne, Nina, Ninette(French) Johanna, Nina(German) Gianna, Ioanna, Yanna, Yianna(Greek) Johanna(Hungarian) Jóhanna(Icelandic) Antonina, Gianna, Giannina, Giovanna, Nina, Gia, Giò, Giovannetta, Vanna(Italian) Johanna(Late Roman) Antoņina, Ņina(Latvian) Antanina, Nina(Lithuanian) Johanne(Medieval French) Johanna, Johanne, Nina(Norwegian) Antonina, Joanna, Nina, Tola, Tosia(Polish) Joana(Portuguese) Antonina, Nina, Ninochka, Tonya(Russian) Giuanna(Sardinian) Seona, Seonag, Sheona, Shona(Scottish) Nina(Serbian) Nina(Slovak) Nina, Žana(Slovene) Juana(Spanish) Johana(Spanish (Latin American)) Johanna, Nina(Swedish) Antonina, Nina(Ukrainian) Siwan(Welsh)
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Entry updated May 29, 2020