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Dina - Meaning of Dina

What does Dina mean?

Meaning of the name DinaDinahBernadetteDenaConstanceBernettaBernessaBernadetaBernardineMurdagInaDeneenBernardaDeenaBernitaTinaConnieConstanzeBernadineKostya

[ 2 syll. di-na, din-a ] The baby girl name Dina is pronounced as Diy-NAA- †. Dina is used chiefly in the Polish, Greek, English, German, and Scottish languages, and its origin is Germanic, Latin, Hebrew, and Celtic.

Dina is a variant of the name Bernadette (English and French) in the Polish language.

Dina is also a variant of the name Constance (English and French) in the Greek language.

Dina is also a variant spelling of the name Dinah (English, Hebrew, and German) in the English and German languages.

Dina is also a variant of the name Murdag (Scottish).

Dena (English variant spelling) is a form of Dina.

See also the related categories, celtic, polish, and german.

Dina is unusual as a baby name for girls. Its usage peaked modestly in 1969 with 0.089% of baby girls being given the name Dina. Its ranking then was #199. The baby name has since experienced a substantial fall in popularity, and is today of very light use. Among all girl names in its group, Dina was nonetheless the most frequently used in 2016.

Baby names that sound like Dina include Deena, Dena, Daim, Dami, Damie, Danae, Danay, Danaye, Danean, Danee, Daneen, Daney, Dani, Dania, Danie, Danna, Dannae, Danni, Dannie, and Danny.

† Pronunciation for Dina: D as in "day (D.EY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)"

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