What does Ernestina mean?
Ernestina /ern-esti-na/ as a girls' name. Ernestina's name origin is Old German, and the meaning of Ernestina is "serious; battle to the death". Ernestina is an alternate spelling, with the suffix -a, of Ernestine (Old German): elaborated feminine version of Ernest. See also Erna.
Ernestina has 2 variants: Earnestine▼ and Ernestyna.Kreatif forms:
(female) Ernestica, Ernestiena, ..
(male) Ernestien, Ernestino, ..
How popular is Ernestina?
Ernestina is a very prominent first name for females (#1067 out of 4276, Top 25%) but an uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name history of Ernestina for girls. Ernestina was first listed in 1890-1899 and reached its top rank of #781 in the U.S. in the 1930s, but is not ranked at the moment. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Below is a graphed comparison of the statistics of Ernestina and corresponding names. Prominent variation forms of Ernestina listed in the Top 2000 are Ernestine, Erna and Earnestine. Other forms, like Ernestyna, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Ernestina was common among parents in the 1920s (median #500), but now, forms like Earnestine have become somewhat outmoded.
Recommended names are Agustina, Aretina, Argentina, Artina, Bertina, Brittina, Celestena, Celestina, Celestyna, Chastina, Chrisstina (see Christina), Christina▼, Chrystina, Concettina, Crispina, Cristena, Cristiana, Cristina▼, Cristiona, Crystina, Dantina, Destina, Egbertina, Egbertine (see Egberta), Egbertyna (see Egberta), Elberthina, Elbertina (see Alberta), Enedina, Eneida, Erina, Erletta, Erlina, Ermina, Ervina, Erwina, Ewelina, Gertina, Gretna, Hristina, Irelina, Jamesina, Jensina, Jessina, Jesstina, Jestina, Justina▼, Kristena, Kristiana, Kristina▼, Krisztina, Krystiana, Krystina, Krystyna, Larentina, Messina, Modestina (see Modesty), Montina, Ornina, Quentina, Robertina, Robettina, Selestina, Silestena (see Celeste), Silestijna (see Celeste), Silestina, Teresina, Treina, Trevina, Trissina (see Tricia), Tristana, Tristina, Urselina, Valentina▲, Venusina (see Venus) and Vincentina. These names tend to be less commonly used than Ernestina.