Beautiful and very lovely. ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐ŸŒน
Rosine (German) ro-ZEE-neh: can also be a diminutive of the name Efrosine/Euphrosine German variants of Euphrasia (Ancient Greek) meaning "good cheer" or happiness.
I really can't stand most elaborations of names with the -ine suffix.
It's nice.
It honestly kind of sounds like a name for a type of medicine to me. I like Rosaline better.
(By the way, rosin, not Rosine, is the thing used for violin bow strings, and is pronounced differently)
Isn't that the thing people use to lubricate violin strings? No thanks.
Rosine was Sarah Bernhardt's real given name.
Is it pronounced ro-seen?
This is such a lovely, not overly-used name. I know a girl at school with this name and she is just as pretty and feminine as her name!
I love this name - it's very graceful-sounding.
Also, in Charlotte Bronte's last novel "Villette", Rosine is a lesser character. I think she works at the school or something.

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