What does Robenia mean?
Robenia [robe-nia] as a girls' name means "bright fame". Robenia is an alternate form of Roberta (Old English, Old German): feminine of Robert. Robenia is also a variation of Robin (Old English, Old German).
Associated with: bright (light).
30 alternative forms via Roberta, Robin: Bobina, Reberta, Roba, Robbi, Robbie▼, Robbin▼, Robee, Robeena, Robella, Robelle, Robena, Robene, Roberda, Robertha, Robertina, Roberto, Robetta, Robette, Robettina, Robi, Robina, Robine, Robinet, Robinia, Robyn▼, Robyna, Robynn, Robynna, Robynne and Ruberta.Creative forms:
(female) Rebenia, Ribenia, ..
(male) Robeney, Roberi, .. Middle name pairings:
Robenia Royalty (R.R.), ..
How popular is Robenia?
Robenia is a rare first name for women. Robenia is a rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent alternative forms of Robenia (not ranked) are Robbi, Robbie, Robbin, Robena, Roberta, Robin (#1020 from recent data) and Robyn (#1048). Other variants, like Robella, are seldom used. These forms of Robenia were popular during the years 1960-1969 (median #767) and have become significantly less common since. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Similar NamesRecommended names are Albinia, Celenia, Donia, Dorelia, Elvenia, Eugenia▼, Evgenia, Henia, Iberia, Imogenia (see Imogen), Ionia, Jesenia, Jonetia, Kenia▲, Kodelia, Lavenia, Levenia, Lorenia, Luvenia▼, Mounia, Rania, Ravena, Ravenna, Ravinia, Rebecca▼, Rebecka, Rebeckia (see Rebecca), Rebeka, Rebekha, Regena, Reginia, Renie, Renita, Reubena, Rhodeia, Ribecca, Roanna, Roderica, Roderiga (see Roderica), Roderika (see Roderica), Rodina, Rolene, Romana, Romea, Romelia, Romella, Romina▲, Romonda (see Ramona), Romonia, Rona, Ronda▼, Ronica, Ronnie, Rosanna▼, Roselia, Rosella▼, Rosena, Rosenah (see Rose), Rosetta▼, Roweina, Rowen, Rowena▼, Rowenna, Roxene, Rozelie (see Rosalie), Rozene, Rozina, Rubena, Rubetta, Rubina, Rubinia, Rubyna, Tyberia, Xenia and Zonia. These names tend to be more commonly used than Robenia.See names in meaning and etymology.