Home > -dine Names

Girl Names Ending with -dine

Dine ending baby names and what they mean, with 32 results. -dine names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity in the 1930s (ADOPTION OF 0.6%) and have become significantly less conventional since, with names such as Nadine going out of style. Nodine (TOP 16%) and Modine (48%) are familiar -dine last names.

-dine names

Adine - Elladine | Elladine - Wardine

Adine - Elladine

Var. of Adina. Based on Hebrew language. "Noble, gentle, delicate." Rare, but Adine is comparable to popular -ine surnames Amine (UPPER 56%), Axline (29%). See also Adima.


Var. of Alda. Based on Old German element. "Old, prosperous." Aldine is uncommon as a female name. See also Alldine.

Alldine, Aldine2
Var. of Alida. Stems fr. Latin. "Small winged one." Aldine and Alldine are sparsely used as first names.

Almondine, Almandine
Var. of Almond. Plant name .. Almandine and Almondine are not frequently adopted as baby names.

Derived fr. Latin. "Precious stone." Almodine is rarely used as a birth name.

Source fr. Old English language. "Elf or magical counsel." Alverdine is rarely used as a girls' name.

Form of Amanda. Derivative of Latin word. "Fit to be loved, lovable." Rather quaint as a baby name. See also Amande.

Form of Ardelle. .. Also possibly a feminine form of .. Compare last names Arwine (TOP 45%), Arline (12%). See also Artina.

Based on Old German element. "Bright or glowing maiden." Bredine and Bridine are creative forms. See also Byrdene.

Bernadette and variants

Bernardine, Bernadine1
Var. of Bernadette. From French, Old German. "Strong, brave bear." Bernadine (UPPER 17%) and Bernardine (74%) are conventional feminine names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -dine names: Aldine, Bernadine, Bernardine, Claudine

Bernadine and variants

Bernadine2, var. Berdine2
Derived fr. Old French, Old German languages. "Strong, brave bear." Bernadine is frequently occurring (UPPER 17%) as a women's name, while Berdine is unconventional.

Form of Birdena. Based on American language. "Little bird." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Blanda. Stems fr. Latin element. "Seductive, amiable." Not much used as a girls' name. See also Blondie.

Var. of Bridget. Root fr. Gaelic element. "Exalted one." Not in Top 2000.

Celandine, var. Cellandine
Root fr. Greek. "Swallow." Outside Top 2000.


Derivative of French, Latin. "Lame." Claudine rose in popularity 9 decades ago, but now, Claudine has become somewhat outmoded. See also Claudina.

Var. of Claudia. Based on Latin language. "Lame." Less common today. Claudine was last found in the 1970s in the Top 2000.

Root fr. Old German. "Brave counsel." Conradine is not frequently used as a girls' name.

Stems fr. Old English. "Wealthy guard." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Eleanor. Based on Old French, Old German languages. "Other, foreign." Uncommon, with the androgynous -ne suffix for Elladine, like Elaene. See also Ellaine.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -dine names for girls.

1. Adine - Elladine
Adina [Adine], Alda [Aldine], Alida [Aldine, Alldine], Almond [Almondine, Almandine], Almodine, Alverdine, Amanda [Amandine], Ardelle [Ardine], Berdine, Bernadette [Bernadine, Bernardine], Bernadine [Berdine], Birdena [Birdine], Blanda [Blandine], Bridget [Brigidine], Celandine [Cellandine], Claudine, Claudia [Claudine], Conradine, Edwardine, Eleanor [Elladine]

Ella [Elladine], Helen [Elladine], Fernanda [Fernandine], Geraldine [Gerdine, Jeraldine, Gerroldine], Gerardine [Geradine], Jade [Jadine], Jeraldine, Nadine, Ondine [Undine], Rae [Raedine], Undine [Ondine], Warda [Wardine]

Usage comparison for -dine names