What does Austina mean?
Austina [austi-na] as a name for girls has its root in Latin, and Austina means "great, magnificent". Austina is an alternate form of Augusta (Latin): feminine of August. Austina is also a variation of Austine (French, Latin).
Associated with: great.
Austina has 1 variant: Austyna.Creative forms:
(female) Austila, Austita, ..
(male) Austian, Austino, .. Middle name pairings:
Austina Princess (A.P.), ..
How popular is Austina?
Austina is an unusual given name for females. Austina is an equivalently uncommon last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Agustina, Augusta, Augustina, Augustine, Austin (#1496 from recent data), Austyn (#1073) and Gusta are the popular varying forms of Austina (not ranked). Other variants, like Agostina, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Austina was well-received 135 years ago (average #1416) and is now significantly diminished, with the form Augusta becoming less trendy. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Similar NamesRecommended names are Ademina, Adesina, Adina, Adrina, Aegina, Agilina, Aisling, Aislinn▲, Aldina, Alexina, Alina▲, Alldina (see Alida), Allina, Almina, Alsina, Alsinia, Alsyna, Alumina, Alzeina, Amalina, Amelina, Ancina, Angusina, Anina, Antia, Aretina, Arina, Armina, Arnina, Artina, Asemina, Ashira, Asia▼, Asterina, Aston, Astra, Astria, Asusena, Aubine, Audrina, Auina, Ayscena (see Azucena), Azusayna (see Azucena), Bertina, Bettina, Chastina, Crystina, Dantina, Destina, Dustin, Faustina, Giustina, Hasina, Hughina, Jasmina, Jestina, Josina, Julina, Justina▼, Justine▼, Justinn, Justyna, Kristina▼, Luvina, Massina, Messina, Mussina, Quintina, Satina, Shastina, Susanna▼, Tristina, Waltina, Yasmina and Yoslina. These names tend to be more frequently used than Austina.See names in meaning and etymology.