What does Magdalini mean?
Magdalini [mag-dali-ni] as a girls' name has its root in Hebrew, and the name Magdalini means "woman from Magdala". Magdalini is a version, with the prefix Mag-, of Madeline (Hebrew): form of Madeleine.
(female) Madalini, Maydalini, ..
(male) Magdalike, Magdalino, ..
How popular is Magdalini?
Magdalini is an unusual first name for females. Magdalini is an unusual last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Below is a graphed study of the history of the girl name Magdalini and corresponding names. Madalene, Madalyn (#570 in 2015), Madalynn (#685), Madeline (#90), Magdalen, Magdalena (#1103), Magdalene (#1807) and Magdaline are the popular alternative forms of Magdalini (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Magdalina, are uncommon. Adoption of these relations of Magdalini was more pronounced in 2008 (average #1229) and is somewhat less today (#1281, ▼37%), with the version Magdalena becoming less in vogue. Madeline is a constant favorite, though Madalynn has become trendy as well. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Magdalini is pronounced similarly to Magdelena and Magdeline. Other recommended names are Maddelena, Madelaine, Madeleine▲, Madelena, Madelene, Madelon, Madelyn▲, Madelyne, Madelynn▲, Madilyn▲, Madina, Madlen, Madlyn, Magaley, Magali, Magalie, Magaly, Magda, Maggali, Magli, Magnolia▲, Mahali, Mahalia, Mahaliah, Maighdlin, Malina, Mallina, Mandalin (see Mandoline), Mandaline, Mandalyn, Mandalynn, Mandelin, Mandellin (see Mandoline), Mandolin, Mandoline, Mandolyn, Maralin, Maralina, Maralinda, Maraline, Maralyn, Maralynn (see Marilyn), Marcelina, Marceline, Margalit, Marialena, Marialinda, Marialisa, Marilin, Marlaina, Marleni, Marlin, Marlina, Marline, Marlinn, Marralynn (see Marilyn), Marrilin (see Marilyn), Marrlin, Marsalina, Marthini, Marylin, Mazarine, Michalin, Migdalia, Migdalla (see Migdalia), Miguelina and Shalini. These names tend to be more frequently used than Magdalini.See names in meaning and etymology.