What does Yarina mean?
(female) Yorna, Yurina, ..
(male) Yarien, Yariya, ..
How popular is Yarina?
Yarina is an unusual first name for women but a somewhat prominent surname for both adults and children (#99725 out of 150436, Top 66%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Prominent alternative forms of Yarina (not ranked) listed in the Top 2000 are Irena, Irene (#668 the previous year), Irine and Rina. Other variants, like Eirena, are seldom used. Usage of these forms of Yarina was more pronounced among parents a century ago (usage of 1.03%) and is now much less (usage 0.02%, 98% less), with the form Irene becoming less fashionable. Shown below is a comparison of the usage of Yarina and corresponding names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Yarina is alike in pronunciation to Aarona, Arena, Ariana▲, Arona, Arriana, Aruna, Auriana, Eirana, Erina, Erinna, Erwina, Euriona, Irwina, Oriana, Urena, Urina and Yarona. Other recommended names are Brina, Calina, Caprina, Carita, Carrina, Clarina, Corina▼, Daina, Darlina, Davina, Dorina, Earlina, Faina, Farica, Hanina, Jamina, Jardina, Karena, Kariana, Karida, Karin▼, Karina▼, Karisa, Karna, Korina, Lareina, Larena, Larinda, Mahina, Mareina, Marika, Marin, Marita, Mariza, Marlina, Marna, Marnina, Marvina, Masina, Narine, Parisa, Sadina, Salina, Sarika, Sarine, Sharina, Tabina, Tarina, Terina, Vanina, Varena, Varona, Warna, Yacinta (see Giacinta), Yalena, Yanna, Yonina and Zorina. These names tend to be more frequently used than Yarina.