nina F

various origin
-nina / -nine
belarusian / bulgarian / macedonian / russian / serbian (Нина)

In Europe, this name is mainly the short form of several names ending in “-nina / -nine”, such as Marina, Katharina, Antonina, Giannina, Constantina and others. Nina and other variants, around the world, also represents the short form of Anna, above all related to the short form of the Russian name Anninka (Аннинка). Nina also represents a Spanish affective form “Niña”, which means "little girl or great-granddaughter". Another meaning: (Hebrew: God was gracious, God has shown favor); (Persian: nice); (Hindi: beautiful); (Swahili: mother); (Native American: strong or mighty); (Arabic: friend); (Greek: flower).

BELARUSIAN BELARUSIAN
BULGARIAN BULGARIAN
CROATIAN CROATIAN
CZECH CZECH
DANISH DANISH
ENGLISH ENGLISH
FAROESE FAROESE
FINNISH FINNISH
FRENCH FRENCH
GERMAN GERMAN
GREENLANDIC GREENLANDIC
ITALIAN ITALIAN
MACEDONIAN MACEDONIAN
NORWEGIAN NORWEGIAN
POLISH POLISH
RUSSIAN RUSSIAN
SERBIAN SERBIAN
SLOVAK SLOVAK
SLOVENE SLOVENE
SWEDISH SWEDISH
nina F Belarusian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, English, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Greenlandic, Italian, Macedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish
Niná F Sami (lapps)
Nína F Icelandic