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What does Simmina mean?

Simmina Pronunciation of Simmina [sim-mi-na] as a name for girls has its root in Hebrew, and Simmina means "hear, listen". Simmina is an alternate form of Simone (Hebrew): feminine of Simon.


Simmina has 5 variants: Simeona, Simona, Simonia, Simonna and Symona.

3 more related forms via Simone: Shimona, Simonina and Simonne.

Creative forms:
(female) Semina, Simna, ..

(male) Simmir, Simmire, ..

Middle name pairings:
Simmina Echo (S.E.), ..

How popular is Simmina?

Simmina is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Simmina is an unusual last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Simona and Simone (#821 from recent data) are the popular varying forms of Simmina (not ranked) rated in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Simonne, are uncommon. These forms of Simmina reached the top of their popularity in the year 1990 (median #1173) and have become significantly less common since (#1410, 57.6%). (2015 U.S. SSA Records)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Simona, Simone in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Simmina and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Simmina is pronounced similarly to Ximena. Other recommended names are Airina, Almina, Alumina, Amina, Armina, Asemina, Bambina, Billina, Carmina, Dimona, Divina, Domina, Elmina, Emina, Ermina, Gemina, Helmina, Hermina, Jamina, Jazmina, Karmina, Lidwina, Lumina, Normina, Pamina, Primina, Richina, Rimona, Sabrina, Sadina, Sahbina (see Sabina), Salina, Salvina, Samia, Samma, Sammala, Sammie, Sammijo, Sarina, Satina, Savina, Sebrina, Semira, Serina, Shaina, Shakina, Shamika, Shamira, Shemira, Sidaine, Sienna, Sigmonda, Sigmunda, Silija, Siliya, Sillia, Sillija (see Silja), Silliya (see Silja), Silvana, Silvia, Silvija, Silvina, Simcha, Sina, Sireena, Siria, Siriana, Stina, Sylina, Sylvina, Tomina, Willmina (see Wilhelmina), Wilmina and Yasmina. These names tend to be more commonly used than Simmina.

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