Gender Feminine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. ro-ZEE-na
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Meaning & History

Italian diminutive of ROSA (1). This is the name of a character in Rossini's opera The Barber of Seville (1816).

Related Names

VariantsRosella, Rosetta
Other Languages & CulturesRoza, Ruzha(Bulgarian) Rosa(Catalan) Rozalija, Ruža, Rozika, Ružica(Croatian) Rozálie, Růžena(Czech) Rosa(Danish) Roos, Rosa, Rosalie, Roosje(Dutch) Rosa, Rosalie, Rose, Rosabel, Rosabella, Rosie, Rosy(English) Rosalie, Rose, Roselle, Rosette, Rosine(French) Rosalía(Galician) Rosa, Rosalie(German) Rozália, Rozina, Rózsa, Róza, Rózsi(Hungarian) Róise, Róis, Róisín, Rosheen(Irish) Rosalia(Late Roman) Rozālija(Latvian) Rozalija, Rožė(Lithuanian) Roza, Rozalija, Ruzha(Macedonian) Rosa(Norwegian) Róża, Rozalia(Polish) Rosa, Rosália, Rosinha(Portuguese) Rozalia(Romanian) Roza, Rozaliya(Russian) Ruža, Ružica(Serbian) Rozália, Ružena(Slovak) Rozalija, Zala(Slovene) Rosa, Rosalía, Rosita(Spanish) Rosa(Swedish) Raisa, Raisel(Yiddish)
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Entry updated November 16, 2019