What does Sharina mean?
Sharina has 1 variant: Sharana.
Sharina has 44 more alternative forms via Sha-: Shadira, Shadiya, Shadonna, Shaka, Shakeena, Shakeita, Shakila, Shakina, Shakira▼, Shakitra, Shalaina, Shalaine, Shalana, Shalane, Shalaya, Shalia, Shalini, Shalisa, Shalita, Shaliza, Shalonda, Shalynn, Shamaine, Shamara, Shameka▼, Shamika, Shanay, Shanice▼, Shanika, Shaniqua▼, Shanita, Shannae, Shaquina, Shaquita, Sharae, Sharaia, Sharay, Sharaya, Sharayah, Sharaye, Sharise, Sharita, Sharon▼ and Shawna▼.Kreatif forms:
(female) Shariny, Sharna, ..
(male) Shaerin, Shaurn, ..
How popular is Sharina?
Sharina is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Sharina is also an uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Prominent variation forms of Sharina (not ranked) are Sharon (#879 via latest list), Shaquita, Shanita, Sharae, Sharita, Shawna, Shaniqua, Shanika, Shalonda, Shakira, Shameka, Shamika, Shanice, Shanay and Shakila. Other forms, like Sharayah, are uncommon. These relations of Sharina were popular as baby names during the years 1940-1949 (adoption of 2.36%) and have become significantly less common since (adoption 0.01%, 99.5% less). Below is a graphed analysis of the statistics of the girl name Sharina and corresponding names. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Sharina is alike in pronunciation to Cherena, Cherina, Shareena, Sharena, Sharona, Sharonna, Shereena, Sherina and Sherrina. Other recommended names are Carina▼, Chalina, Charin, Charita, Chariza, Clarina, Dhariana, Farina, Karina▼, Larina, Marina▼, Sabina, Sabrina▼, Salina, Sareena, Sarena, Sarene, Saria, Sarika, Sarinna, Sarita, Saryna, Satina, Serena, Serinah, Serinna, Shadia, Shaena, Shaila, Shaine, Shalina, Shania▼, Shanna▼, Shareen, Sharen, Shari▼, Sharice, Sharifa, Sharik, Sharil, Sharissa, Sharizad, Sharla, Sharlana (see Sharlene), Sharlina, Sharline, Sharlisa, Sharmila, Sharren, Sharyn▼, Shaunna, Shavona, Shayna▼, Sheran, Sheria, Sherifa, Sherisa, Sherita, Sheron, Sheryn, Sherynn, Shirine, Siriana, Varina, Yarina and Zarina. These names tend to be more frequently used than Sharina.