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What does Amalina mean?

Amalina Pronunciation of Amalina [ama-li-na] as a name for girls has the meaning "rival, eager work". Amalina is an alternate form of Amelia (Latin, Old German).


VARIANTS Emelina, Amelyna, Amelina, Amalyna, Aimiliona

RELATED FORMS VIA AMELIA Aemelia, Amalea, Amalee, Amaleta, Amalia, Amalie, Amalija, Amaline, Amalita, Amaliya, Amaly, Amalya, Amalyne, Amalyta, Amelie, Ameline, Amelita, Ameliya, Amelya, Amelyne, Amelyta, Amilia, Emeline, Emelita, Emilia, Malia, Malika



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How popular is Amalina?

Amalina is an uncommon given name for women. Amalina is also a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Amelia (#12 FROM CURRENT RECORDS), Emilia (#145), Malia (#313), Amelie (#641), Amalia (#828), Amilia (#1564), Malika, Amalie and Emeline are the popular varying forms of Amalina (NOT RANKED). Other forms, like Amelyna, are uncommon. These forms of Amalina were favored as baby names in 2015 (ADOPTION OF 1%). Amelia, Emilia, Amalia and Amelie are four of the more fashionable girl names in this compilation. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Amalia, Amalie, Amelia, Amelie, Amilia in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Emeline, Emilia, Malia, Malika in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Amelia, Amelie, Emilia outside U.S.

Similar Names

Amalina is alike in pronunciation to Emiliana. Other recommended sound-alike names are Aaliya, Abalina, Adalena, Adalia, Adalin, Adalina, Adaline, Adallina, Adamina, Adelina, Agilina, Akilina, Alaina, Alina, Allina, Amadia, Amadita, Amaia, Amala, Amalida, Amalinda, Amalynda (see Amelinda), Amana, Amandina, Amarinda, Amelida, Amelinda, Amelindah, Amellinda (see Amelinda), Amiliya, Amina, Analena, Analia, Analisa, Arlina, Atalia, Avelina, Azalia, Calina, Chalina, Dalina, Emalia, Emalinda, Emaline, Evalina, Galina, Halina, Kalina, Malina, Opalina, Salina, Shalina, Talina and Valina. These names tend to be more commonly used than Amalina.

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