What does Tina mean?
Tina /tina/ as a girls' name is pronounced TEE-nah. It is of Latin origin. Name ending, particularly of Christina, used as an independent name and in combination with other names. Rock singer Tina Turner; actress Tina Louise; playwright Tina Howe; basketball player Tina Thompson.
How popular is Tina?
Tina is a very popular first name for women (#92 out of 4276, Top 2%) and also a very popular last name for both adults and children (#55609 out of 150436, Top 37%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name statistics of Tina for girls. Tina reached its apex position of #30 in the U.S. in the 1970s, but is not found in the list at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Below is a graphed analysis of the usage of the girl name Tina and corresponding names. Valentina (#112 a year ago), Christina (#326), Celeste (#467), Tena, Tiny, Teena, Martina, Bettina, Constance, Ina, Augusta and Stina are the popular alternative forms of Tina. Other forms, like Tinah, are uncommon. Adoption of these relations of Tina was common among parents during 1880-1889 (average #602) and is somewhat less today (#838, 59% less), with forms such as Christina, Celeste, Ina, Augusta and Constance becoming somewhat outmoded. Christina is the steady favorite, though Valentina has become popular as well over time.
Thinking of names?
Tina▼ is pronounced similarly to Tanaia, Tanaya, Tanea, Taneea, Tani, Tania▼, Tanja, Tawana, Tawni, Tawnya, Teanna, Tenaya, Teona, Tiauna, Tinie, Toini, Tona, Toni▼, Tonie, Tony, Tonya▼, Tonyah, Tonye, Tyana and Tyanna. Other recommended similar baby names are Aina, Bina, Dina▼, Fina, Gina▼, Jina, Lina▼, Mina▼, Nina, Rina, Sina▼, Taima, Tama, Thana, Tia▼, Tiane, Tinka, Tiona, Tionna, Tisa, Tita, Toma, Trina▼, Vina▼, Wina and Zina. These names tend to be less commonly used than Tina.