What does Jinna mean?
Jinna [jin-na] as a girls' name has its root in 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.
Associated with: gracious.
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:
(female) Jinda, Jinja, ..
(male) Jinah, Jinse, ..
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. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Shown below is an analysis of the ranking of the girl name Jinna and associated names. Gianna (#96 from recent data), Ivana (#1301), Ivanna (#614), Jaina (#1836), Jan, Jana (#1011), Janae (#1003), Jane (#288), Janean, Janee, Janel, Janene, Janet (#1487), Janey, Jania, Janie (#1396), Janina, Janine, Janis, Janna, Janney, Jayna, Jayne, Jean, Jeanie, Jeanne, Jeni, Jenica, Jinnie, Joan (#1990), Joana, Joanna (#306), Johanna (#541), Johnna, Joni, Juana (#1915), Sinead and Vania are the prominent varying forms of Jinna (outside Top 2000). Other variants, like Jany, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Jinna was well-received among parents during 1930-1939 (usage of 4.97%) and has become significantly diminished since (usage 0.45%, 91% less), with forms like Janel becoming less trendy. Ivanna is the most trendy baby name in this compilation. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Jinna is pronounced similarly to Genya, Geonna, Gina▼, Ginya, Janaea, Jannae, Jannah, Jannie▼, Janoah, Jeana, Jeanae, Jeanna, Jenae, Jenney, Jenni, Jenny▼, Jianna, Jinae, Jinia, Jinnea, Johna, Jona, Jonee, Jonna and Juneau. Other recommended names are Anna▼, Bina, Ciana, Donna▼, Eitna, Erinna, Fina, Fiona▲, Guinna, Gunna, Gwinna, Hinna, Ianna, Jann, Janne, Jenn, Jenne, Jimena▲, Jinnet, Jioya (see Joy), Jonina, Kianna▼, Kina, Kinna, Kionna, Lanna, Lenna▼, Lianna, Linna, Minna▼, Monna, Nina, Rianna▼, Rionna, Ronna, Siana, Siena▲, Tina▼, Tiona, Tionna, Tunna, Unna, Viana, Vianna, Virna, Wina, Winona▼, Yanna, Zenna and Zina. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jinna.See names in meaning and etymology.