What does Marcelina mean?
Marcelina [mar-ce-li-na] as a name for girls is of Latin origin, and the name Marcelina means "dedicated to Mars". Marcelina is an alternate form, with the suffix -ina, of Marcella (Latin): feminine of Marcellus.
Associated with: dedicated.
(female) Marcelian, Marcelisa, ..
(male) Marcelimar, Marcelino, ..
How popular is Marcelina?
Marcelina is a very prominent first name for females (#1492 out of 4276, Top 35%) but an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name statistics of Marcelina for girls. Marcelina entered the list in 1890-1899 and reached its apex position of #1305 in the U.S. during 1930-1939, but is not found in the list at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of Marcelina and affiliated names. Prominent varying forms of Marcelina are Marcela (#1814 last year), Marceline (#1523), Marcella (#1434), Marcelle, Marcelline and Marcelyn. These forms of Marcelina were favored 94 years ago (median #1208) and are now significantly less widespread (#1824, 85% less usage), with the version Marcella becoming less in vogue.
Marcelina is alike in pronunciation to Marcilyn and Marcilynn. Other suggested similar names are Arcelia, Aurelina, Barcelona, Cacelia, Carlina, Carmelia, Carmelina, Carmelita, Cathelina, Darlina, Irelina, Jocelina, Jorgelina, Karalina, Karlina, Kathelina, Madelena, Magdelena, Mahelia, Malcolmina, Malina, Mandelin, Maralin, Maralina, Maralinda, Maraline, Marcena, Marcenia (see Marcene), Marceyne (see Marcene), Marchelle, Marchita, Marcia▼, Marciana, Marcile, Marcilee, Marcille, Marcina, Marcita, Mareina, Marelyn, Marena, Maresella (see Marisela), Margerita (see Margaret), Marialena, Marialinda, Mariela▼, Marilin, Marina▼, Marisela▼, Marjolaine, Marlana, Marleena, Marlena, Marline, Marlisa, Marrelda (see Marelda), Marrlin, Marselle, Marshella, Marsiella, Marteena, Marvela, Marvella, Marvina, Marylin, Maryzela, Melina▲, Mercilla, Mercina, Merlina, Michelina, Orselina (see Orsa) and Parmelia. These names tend to be less commonly used than Marcelina.