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What does Tristina mean?

Tristina Pronunciation of Tristina [tristi-na] as a name for girls is an English name. Tristina is a variant form of Trista (English).


Tristina has 1 variant: Tristana.

7 more related forms via Trista: Tristan, Tristen, Tristin, Tristyn, Trysta, Trystan and Trystin.

Creative forms:
(female) Trilstina, Tristila, ..

(male) Tristien, Tristinan, ..

Middle name pairings:
Tristina Lincoln (T.L.), ..

How popular is Tristina?

Tristina is an unusual first name for females. Tristina is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Trista, Tristan, Tristen, Tristin and Tristyn are the prominent related forms of Tristina (outside Top 2000). Usage of these relations of Tristina was more pronounced among parents 12 years ago (adoption of 0.05%), but now, versions like Tristen have become less stylish. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Trista, Tristan, Tristen, Tristin, Tristyn in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Agostina, Agustina, Aretina, Arista, Artina, Briseida, Brisia, Brittana (see Brittany), Brittin, Brittina, Brittini, Brittiny, Chastina, Chrisstina (see Christina), Christana, Christia, Christin, Christini, Christinia, Cristen, Cristena, Cristie, Cristin, Cristine, Cristyn, Crystena, Crystin, Crystyna, Faustina, Hristina, Jesstina, Jestina, Khristena (see Christina), Khristin, Khristine, Khristyna, Krisia, Kristain, Kristan, Kristen, Kristena, Kristene, Kristi, Kristian, Kristiane, Kristiann, Kristien, Kristina, Kristyn, Kristyna, Kristyne, Krystia, Krystiana, Krystine, Krystyna, Primina, Priscila, Quintina, Shastina, Tasmina, Teresina, Teresita, Tersina (see Theresa), Tersita, Tiatiana, Treina, Trevina, Trichia, Trina, Trinita, Trisa, Trisia, Trissa, Trissina (see Tricia) and Tristenna. These names tend to be more frequently used than Tristina.

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