What does Jinna mean?
Jinna /jin-na/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name. Jinna's root is Hebrew, and the name Jinna means "God is gracious". Jinna is an alternate form, with the prefix Ji-, of Jane (Hebrew): originally a feminine transcription of John. Jinna is also a derivative of Jinny.
Jinna has 35 more different relations via Jane, Jinny: Gianina, Gianna▲, Ivana, Ivanna▲, Jaina, Jaine, Jainee, Jan▼, Jandy, Janean, Janel▼, Janela, Janene, Janet▼, Janeta, Janica, Janina, Janine▼, Janis▼, Janit, Janka, Jannel, Jayne▼, Jayni, Jean▼, Jeanne▼, Jenda, Jenica, Jensina, Joan▼, Johanna▼, Juana▼, Sinead, Vania and Vanya.Kreatif forms: Jinja. [more]
How popular is Jinna?
Jinna is an uncommon given name for women. Jinna is a unique surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is an analysis of the usage of the girl name Jinna and associated names. Gianna (#95 last year), Ivana, Ivanna (#664), Jan, Jana, Janae (#932), Jane (#322), Janel, Janet, Janie, Janine, Janis, Janna, Jayne, Jean, Jeanie, Jeanne, Joan, Joana, Joanna (#327), Johanna (#542), Johnna, Joni, Juana and Sinead are the prominent varying forms of Jinna (outside Top 1000). Variants like Jenda are seldom used. Adoption of these girl names reached its peak during 1950-1959 (usage of 0.4845%) and has become significantly less since (usage 0.1247%, 74.3% less), with forms like Janae, Janet, Jeanne, Joan and Johanna becoming somewhat dated. Gianna (#95), Ivanna (#664) and Joanna (#327) are three of the more trendy baby names in this compilation, with Joanna having a rekindling in usage. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)
Jinna is pronounced similarly to Genna, Giana▲, Gina▼, Ginia, Ginna, Ginni, Ginny, Ginya, Gionna, Jaena, Janea, Jannae, Jannah, Jeana▼, Jeanna▼, Jeena, Jena▼, Jenna▲, Jennae, Jennah, Jennay, Jenni, Jenny▼, Jiana, Jianna, Jina, Jinae, Jinee, Jinia, Jinnea, Johna, Jona, Jonna, Jonnae, Jonni and Junia. Other recommended similar baby names are Jann, Janne, Jenn, Jenne, Kinna, Linna and Minna▼. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jinna.