What does Romina mean?
Romina has 1 variant: Romana.Kreatif forms:
(female) Ramina, Romira, ..
(male) Romian, Romira, ..
How popular is Romina?
Romina is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Romina is an equally unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name statistics of Romina for girls. Romina was first listed in 2006 and reached its peak position of #1084 in the U.S. in the year 2014. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Prominent variation forms of Romina (#1084 in recent rankings) are Roma, Romana and Romelia. Usage of these forms of Romina reached its most widespread during the years 1910-1919 (adoption of 0.01%) and is somewhat less today (adoption 0.01%, ▼27.3%), with the form Roma becoming less in vogue.
Romina is pronounced similarly to Ramoena, Ramohna, Ramona▼, Ramonna, Ramowna, Remona, Remonna, Rimona, Romona and Romonia. Other suggested similar names are Almina, Armina, Corina▼, Domina, Dominga, Domini, Domino, Dorina, Emina, Ermina, Gemina, Jamina, Jobina, Jolina, Jonina, Jovina, Kolina, Korina, Lovina, Lumina, Moina, Norina, Normina, Polina, Pomona, Raina▲, Ravina, Regina▼, Rexina, Rina, Roana, Roanna, Robena, Robina, Robine, Robinia, Robyna, Rodina, Rohana, Roline, Romaine, Romala, Romane, Romea, Romene, Romi, Romola, Romonda (see Ramona), Ronna, Rosana, Rosena, Rosina▼, Rosine, Rosita, Rowena▼, Rowina, Roxana, Roxine, Rubina, Rufina, Rylina, Solina, Tomika, Tomina and Zorina. These names tend to be more commonly used than Romina.