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I’m not sure this is how you pronounce it but I would pronounce it Row-bin-ah or Row-bee-nah so it sounds more feminine.
Inxpect  12/15/2020
2
It’s actually not bad.
Inxpect  12/2/2020
1
Allegedly also occasionally used in Hungarian: https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roberta -- mention it as the feminine form of Robin
Frollein Gladys  11/21/2020
0
Sounds forced.
someone-  3/15/2020
3
I think this is a lovely name! Nice feminine form for Robin or Robert. These Scottish people slap -ine and -ina on male names for a reason. To give women personalities that allow them to be the female versions of men :)!
― Anonymous User  11/19/2018
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Fake and forced.
Curious me  10/2/2018
0
Ugh... why? This name sounds so forced. Robin is much better.
kayisforkeen  8/5/2018
3
Much better then Robyn.
Eileen1209864  6/29/2016
2
Because of this name, Robin is more masculine sounding to me.
Oleg Karachi  1/14/2016
3
My name is Robina. And I am pretty happy with it cuase it makes me feel sort of powerful. I would love if someone could actually explain me about its origin. Well a classmate of mine once told me about a lady-warrior named Robina. IS it true?
robina  8/30/2008
2
This was also commonly used in Scotland, following the Scottish trend of adding -ina to feminize male names, e. G. Jamesina, Dolina, Lachina. If you search the IGI, the vast majority of Robina's are Scottish, not English. [noted -ed]
reniannen17  3/21/2008

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