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Girl Names Ending with -gina

Gina ending baby names and what they mean, with 12 results. -gina names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity during 1960-1969 (ADOPTION OF 0.49%) and are now significantly less popular (ADOPTION 0.05%, 90%), with names such as Gina going out of style. Segina (TOP 87%) and Fugina (85%) are common -gina last names.

-gina names

Aegina - Regina

Aegina, var. Egina
Source fr. Greek. .. the name of a nymph who .. Unusual. Compare Aegina, Egina and common -na last names Auna (TOP 96%), Antona (99%).

Eugenia and variants

Gina1, Eugina
Var. of Eugenia. Derivative of Greek element. "Noble aristocrat." Unconventional, with usage of 0.004% for Eugina and Gina as baby names in 2016, higher than 0.004% in 2015.

Georgia and variants

Jorgina1, Giorgina1, Georgina1, Georgina2
Forms of Georgia. Derived fr. Greek language. "Farmer." Adoption of Georgina, Jorgina, etc. as children's names in 2016 was up 4% compared to 2006.

Georgina3, var. Giorgina2
Derivative of Greek language. "Farmer." Georgina is a conventional (UPPER 17%) female name, whereas Giorgina is rarely used.

Form of Genevieve. From French word. .. Geneviève is the French version .. Adoption of Gina as a girls' name in 2016 was 70.9% less than the previous decade. See also Geena.

.. Also a feminine form of Gene .. Gina grew in popularity 56 years ago and is now less conventional, with Gina becoming less fashionable. See also Genya.

Var. of Jina. Based on Swahili. "Named child." A familiar birth name (#1829 IN LATEST RANKINGS) which is also found somewhat commonly as a surname. See also Genya.

Virginia and variants

Virgina, Gina5
Var. of Virginia. Based on Latin word. "Maiden." Gina and Virgina are more commonly used as birth names among the versions of Virginia.

Form of Huette. Origin fr. Old French, Old German words. "Mind, intellect." Hugia and Hugima are creative forms. See also Eugina.

Derived fr. Latin. "Farmer." Rather unusual as a birth name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -gina names: Georgina, Gina, Regina, Virgina

Var. of Orange. Name of the fruit and color. Not that popular as a children's name.

Regina and variants

Regina, var. Gina6
Source fr. Latin. "Queen." Gina and Regina are more generally used as children's names among these versions.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -gina names for girls.

1. Aegina - Regina
Aegina [Egina], Eugenia [Gina, Eugina], Georgia [Jorgina, Giorgina, Georgina], Georgina [Giorgina], Genevieve [Gina], Gina, Jina [Gina], Virginia [Gina, Virgina], Huette [Hugina], Jorgina, Orange [Orangina], Regina [Gina]

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