What does Grazina mean?
Associated with: blessing (gift).
(female) Grazin, Grazine, ..
(male) Grazius, Grazivan, ..
How popular is Grazina?
Grazina is an unusual first name for females. Grazina is also an unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Popular variation forms of Grazina (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000 are Grace (#21 from recent data), Gracie (#162), Graciela (#1633), Gratia and Gracia. Other variants, like Gracilia, are seldom used. Usage of these forms of Grazina was at its apex 134 years ago (average #1073) and is now significantly lower (#1163, ▼50.5%), with the version Graciela becoming somewhat outmoded. Below is a graphed comparison of the history of Grazina and related names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Recommended names are Adalina, Adamina, Alaina▲, Alzina, Amalina, Arizona, Arnina, Breina, Calina, Carina▼, Catina▼, Chalina, Chazona, Dalina, Ermina, Ervina, Francina, Gafna, Gaia, Gaiana, Gaiea, Galena, Galiena, Galila, Galina, Garldina (see Garland), Gavina, Gavrina, Gayna, Gemina, Geradine, Geraldina, Ghaliya, Ghazala, Giacinda, Giacinta, Gianina, Gianna, Giardina, Granata, Grania, Hanina, Hazona (see Chazona), Irayna, Irelina, Irina, Irwina, Jaina, Jazmina, Jeanina, Karalina, Lacina, Larina, Lavina▼, Loraina, Madina, Malina, Maralina, Marina▼, Mavina, Ocarina, Orazia, Orina, Pamina, Primina, Sabina, Savina, Serafina, Tabina, Talina, Taziana, Terasina, Trevina, Yamina and Zaina. These names tend to be more frequently used than Grazina.