What does Ina mean?
Ina /ina/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name is pronounced EYE-nah, EE-nah. Diminutive ending of names ending with -ina like Georgina and Regina, used as an independent name. Also variant of Ena. In Ireland it can be a saint's name, also found as Aghna, which may be an Irish form of Agnes. Cookbook author Ina Garten.
Ina▼ has 27 more different relations via Aghna, Agnes, Ena, Georgina, Regina: Ag, Aghna, Agi, Agna, Agnah, Agy, Ainah, Anais, Anis, Eena, Gina▼, Inah, Ines▼, Inessa, Inez▼, Oona, Oonah, Raina▼, Reina, Reyna▲, Rina, Riona, Senga, Una▼, Unah, Ynes and Ynez.Kreatif forms: Inaiee, Inaio, Ioina. [more]
How popular is Ina?
Ina is a very popular first name for females (#556 out of 4276, Top 13%) and also a very popular last name for all people (#71372 out of 150436, Top 47%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Ina for girls. Ina reached its top rank of #153 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not listed currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Shown below is a comparison of the usage of the girl name Ina and related names. Agnes, Anais, Bettina, Carol, Caroline (#58 the previous year), Christina (#326), Edwina, Ena, Georgina, Gina, Ines, Inez, Raina (#960), Regina (#525), Reina (#934), Reyna (#718) and Una are the popular variation forms of Ina listed in the Top 1000. Adoption of these girl names was at its most widespread during the years 1900-1909 (usage of 0.4381%) and has become significantly lower since (usage 0.1377%, 68.6% less), with versions such as Christina, Ines, Inez, Raina and Una falling out of fashion. Caroline (#58) and Reyna (#718) are two of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns among these, with Caroline having a resurgence in popularity. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Ina▼ is alike in pronunciation to Aina, Ana▲, Ania, Anna, Anya▲, Enya, Euna, Iana, Ianna, Inaya, Inya, Ioana, Iona▼, Ionia, Ionya, Oni, Unna, Wina, Yana and Yona. Other recommended similar baby names are Ida▼, Ila▼, Ima▼, Inda, Inga▼, Ione▼, Ira▼, Isa▼, Ita and Iva▼. These names tend to be less commonly used than Ina.