What does Seline mean?
Seline [se-line] as a name for girls is a Greek name, and the meaning of the name Seline is "heaven; the moon". Seline is an alternate form of Celina (Latin, Greek): transcription of Celia. Seline is also a form of Selena (Greek).
23 more different relations via Celina, Selena: Calina, Celena, Celie, Celinda, Celinde, Celinna, Cellina, Celyna, Salena, Salina, Salinda, Salinde, Sela, Selenia, Selenna, Selia, Selie, Selina▼, Selinda, Selinde, Selyna, Sena▼ and Sylena.Creative forms:
(female) Saline, Selinah, ..
(male) Selier, Selon, .. Middle name pairings:
Seline May (S.M.), ..
How popular is Seline?
Seline is an uncommonly occurring first name for women but a somewhat prominent surname for both adults and children (#87729 out of 150436, Top 58%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Selena (#321 from recent data), Celine (#824), Selina (#1140), Selene (#1175), Celina (#1361), Sena, Salena, Celene, Celie, Celena and Salina are the prominent variation forms of Seline (outside Top 2000). Adoption of these relations of Seline was common among parents 20 years ago (average #1042) and is now significantly diminished (#1529, ▼69.8%), with versions such as Selina becoming somewhat outmoded. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Seline is pronounced similarly to Ciline, Solenne, Soline, Souline, Suelyn, Zelene, Zeline and Zoeline. Other suggested similar names are Aceline, Adeline▲, Aveline, Delaine, Delcine, Delfine, Delice, Delie, Delise, Delline, Delsine (see Dulce), Delyne, Derine, Eline, Erline, Eveline, Evline, Faline, Felice, Felina, Felise, Helaine, Helene▼, Jaline, Jelina, Jenine, Joline, Leoine, Leoline, Melaine, Melene, Melina▲, Melinde (see Melinda), Meline, Melise, Noeline, Odeline, Oline, Perline, Regine, Reine, Roeline, Roline, Sabine, Salima, Salome, Sarine, Sebina, Selbee, Selbie, Selima, Selimah, Sellma, Selmah, Serene, Shalaine, Shalane, Shalina, Shalini, Sherine, Sloane▲, Solina, Solome, Stine, Verline, Zelie and Zelina. These names tend to be more commonly used than Seline.See names in meaning and etymology.