What does Karmina mean?
Karmina [karmi-na] as a name for girls is of Hebrew and Scandinavian origin, and Karmina means "garden, orchard". Karmina is an alternate spelling of Carmen (Hebrew): originally a Spanish variation of Carmel. Karmina is also a variation of Karmen (Scandinavian).
Associated with: scandinavian.
(female) Karmika, Karmila, ..
(male) Karmike, Karmiko, .. Middle name pairings:
Karmina Candice (K.C.), ..
How popular is Karmina?
Karmina is a rare first name for females. Karmina is also a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Carma, Carman, Carmelina, Carmen (#382 from recent data), Carmon, Karmen (#1302) and Karmyn (#1735) are the popular alternative forms of Karmina (outside Top 2000). Usage of these relations of Karmina was more pronounced among parents during 1970-1979 (usage of 0.1%) and is somewhat less today (usage 0.06%, ▼46%). (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Karmina is alike in pronunciation to Carmania and Carmanya. Other suggested similar names are Carina▼, Carlina, Carmila, Carmiya, Carrina, Darina, Darlina, Earlina, Earvina, Ermina, Farina, Hermina, Irmina, Jamina, Jardina, Jasmina, Jazmina, Kalina, Kamila▲, Karaina, Karalina, Kareena, Kareima, Kareina, Karenna, Kariana, Karida, Karin▼, Karina▼, Karinna, Karinya, Karisa, Karita, Karlena, Karlika (see Charlotte), Karlin, Karlina, Karline, Karlinka, Karlita, Karma, Karmela, Karna, Karolina, Karrena, Karrin, Karrina, Karrine, Karrisa, Karyna, Kasmira, Katreina, Katrina▼, Korrina, Lareina, Larina, Larsina (see Lauren), Marcina, Mareina, Marlina, Marnina, Martina, Marvina, Normina, Pamina, Sarina, Tarina, Tasmina, Varina, Yamina, Yarina, Yasmina and Zarina. These names tend to be more frequently used than Karmina.See names in meaning and etymology.