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Girl Names Ending with -tine

Tine ending baby names and what they mean, with 48 results. -tine names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names reached the height of their popularity during 1960-1969 (ADOPTION OF 0.95%) and have become much less widespread since (ADOPTION 0.04%, 96%), with names such as Justine falling out of fashion. Clementine (#685) is the most trendy birth name in this list, while Argentine (TOP 48%) and Vastine (27%) are conventional -tine surnames.

-tine names

Albertine - Destine | Egbertine - Leontine | Leontine - Vincintine

Albertine - Destine

Alberta and variants

Elbertine, Albertine
Forms of Alberta. Based on Old English element. "Noble, bright." Popular as last names, and Albertine (TOP 51%), Elbertine are similar to common -ine surnames Altine (TOP 81%), Aubertine (77%).

Form of Armina. Derived fr. Old German word. "Soldier." Uncommon. Armantine (compare Almarine) uses the androgynous-sounding -ine suffix. See also Armandina.

Augusta and variants

Austine1, Augustine
Forms of Augusta. Derivative of Latin. "Great, magnificent." Augustine and forms were favored as baby names 118 years ago.

Root fr. French, Latin words. "Great, magnificent." Aletine and Austian are creative forms. See also Justine.

Var. of Benedicta. Root fr. Latin. "Blessed." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Bertha. Stems fr. Old German element. "Bright, famous." Bertine is an uncommonly used women's name. See also Birdine.

Var. of Bertina. Based on German. "Bright, shining." Not in Top 2000. See also Birdine.

Var. of Bettina. Source fr. Hebrew. "God is my oath." Bettine is not a Top 2000 name. See also Bertine.

Var. of Betty. Derivative of Dutch, English, Hebrew words. "God is my oath." Bettine is a sparsely used feminine name. See also Battina.

Form of Elizabeth. Source fr. Hebrew word. "God is my oath." Bettini (UPPER 34%), Bettin (21%) are conventional last names. See also Bethune.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -tine names: Albertine, Augustine, Celestine, Christine, Clementine

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -tine names: Cristine, Destine, Kristine

Bryttine, Brittine
Var. of Brittany. Origin fr. Latin word. "From Brittany or Britain." Brittine and Bryttine are not often used as girls' names.

Celeste and variants

Selestine, Celestine
Forms of Celeste. Source fr. Latin element. "Heavenly." Celestine and forms were popular with parents during 1920-1929.

Var. of Chastity. Source fr. Latin word. "Pure." Unique, with the -ine ending for Chastine, like Carrine, Cristine.

Christine and variants

Christine1, var. Krystine, Kristine1, Khristine1, Cristine1, Chrystine, Chrisstine
Based on French, Latin. "Follower of Christ." Adoption of Christine, Chrystine, etc. as birth names in 2018 was down 15.8% compared to 2017.

Tine, Kristine2, Khristine2, Crystine, Cristine2, Christine2
Forms of Christina. Stems fr. Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Christine and Kristine have waned in popularity as children's names since 1970-1979.


Var. of Clemence. Stems fr. Latin word. "Mercy." Clementine is in the Top 2000. See also Clementyn.

Root fr. Latin. "Merciful." Clementine became more trendy in 2018, gaining +52 rankings as a girls' name to reach #685.

Klementine, Clementine3
Forms of Klementina. Stems fr. Latin. "Mild, merciful." Clementine and Klementine became more trendy in 2018, rising +52 rankings as children's names with Clementine rising the most.

Form of Constance. Origin fr. Latin. "Constant, steadfast." Not in popularity charts. Gender-neutral name.


Var. of Destiny. Derived fr. Old French. "One's certain fortune, fate." A somewhat offbeat birth name, Destine is found more often as a last name. See also Dustin.

Quick Reference

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

1. Albertine - Destine
Alberta [Elbertine, Albertine], Armina [Armantine], Augusta [Austine, Augustine], Austine, Benedicta [Benedictine], Bertha [Bertine], Bertina [Bertine], Bettina [Bettine], Betty [Bettine], Elizabeth [Bettine], Brittany [Bryttine, Brittine], Celeste [Selestine, Celestine], Chastity [Chastine], Christine [Krystine, Kristine, Cristine, Khristine, Chrystine, Chrisstine], Christina [Tine, Kristine, Crystine, Cristine, Khristine, Christine], Clemence [Clementine], Clementine, Klementina [Klementine, Clementine], Constance [Constantine], Destiny [Destine]

Egberta [Egbertine], Eglantine, Ernestine [Earnestine], Fanny [Fantine], Faustine, Gilberte [Gilbertine], Herbertine, Huberta [Hubertine], Jestina [Jestine], Justine, Giustinia [Justine], Khristina [Khristine], Kirsten [Kirstine], Kristen [Kristine], Kristina [Kristine], Kristine [Krystine], Laurence [Laurentine], Laura [Laurestine, Laurentine], Leona [Leontine], Leonie [Leontine]

Leontyne [Leontine], Martina [Tine, Martine], Modesty [Modestine], Roberta [Robertine], Stina [Stine], Tina [Tine], Valentina [Valentine], Vincentia [Vincintine]

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