What does Sabrina mean?
Sabrina /sab-ri-na/ as a girls' name is pronounced sa-BREE-nah. It is of Celtic origin. Mythology: the name of a Celtic maiden in a Welsh tale. In Celtic legend, Sabrina was the character who gave her name to the river Severn (in England). Known in modern times through the play and movie "Sabrina Fair". The name was used in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Affiliated girl name: Bree.Kreatif forms:
(female) Sabrila, Sabrisa, ..
(male) Saberin, Sabrien, ..
How popular is Sabrina?
Sabrina is a very prominent first name for females (#312 out of 4276, Top 7%) but an unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name history of Sabrina for girls. Sabrina entered the list in 1950-1959 and reached its peak position of #53 in the U.S. in the year 1997, and is presently at #332. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Displayed below is an analysis of the history of Sabrina and affiliated names. Popular varying forms of Sabrina (#332 via latest list) are Bree (#1074 via latest list), Sabrena and Sebrina. These relations of Sabrina reached the peak of their popularity in the year 1997 (median #1346) and have become much less common since (#1351, 84% less usage), with the form Sabrina becoming less fashionable.
Suggested similar names are Caprina, Carina▼, Carrina, Catrina▼, Darina, Farina, Gabrila (see Gabrielle), Gavrina, Karina▼, Karrina, Katrina▼, Larina, Laurina, Marina▼, Matrina, Patrina, Sabina, Sabine, Sabinna (see Sabina), Sabiny, Sabra, Sabyna (see Sabina), Sadina, Sahbina (see Sabina), Salina, Salvina, Sandrina, Sarena, Saria, Sarika, Sarina, Sarine, Sarinna, Sarita, Saryna, Satina, Savina, Sebina, Sefarina, Sefirina, Serina, Sharina, Sherina, Sipriana, Spring, Supriana, Sypriana, Tabina, Tarina, Taurina, Varina, Yarina and Zarina. These names tend to be less frequently used than Sabrina.