Tina is a female given name. It is diminutive for names such as Albertina, Bettina, Christina, Christine, Kristina, Martina, Valentina, Faustina, etc. Its masculine counterpart is Tino or Tin. In Finland and Estonia, the name is written as Tiina . The word itself may have originated from Old English Tyne/Tyna/Tina, meaning river .
In the Russian language, Tina (Ти́на) is a diminutive of the male first names Aventin and Avgustin and the female first names Aventina and Avgustina.
Betty or Bettie is a name, a common diminutive for the names Bethany and Elizabeth. In Latin America, it is also a common diminutive for the given name Beatriz, the Spanish and Portuguese form of the Latin name Beatrix and the English name Beatrice. In the 17th and 18th centuries, it was more often a diminutive of Bethia.
Aanya, Anya or Anja is a given name. The names are feminine in most East European countries and unisex in several African countries.
Natasha is a name of Slavic origin. The Slavic name is the diminutive form of Natalia.
Amanda is a Latin feminine gerundive name meaning, literally, “she who must be loved”. Other translations, with similar meaning, could be "deserving to be loved," "worthy of love," or "loved very much by everyone." Its diminutive form includes Mandy, Manda, Aman and Amy. It is common in countries where Germanic and Romance languages are spoken.
Lina is a feminine given name. Languages of origin include: English, Italian, Lithuanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Persian, Kurdish, Arabic. It is also the short form of a variety of names ending in -lina including Catalina, Angelina, Carmelina, Carolina, Emelina, Marcelina, Nikolina, Rosalina, Italina, and Žaklina. Lina is a Finnish, Italian, and Slovene feminine given name that is a feminine form of Lino, Lin, and Linus.
Eva is a female given name, the Latinate counterpart of English Eve, which is derived from the Hebrew חַוָּה (Chava/Hava), meaning "life" or "living one", the name of the first woman according to the Hebrew Bible. It can also mean full of life or mother of life. It is the standard biblical form of Eve in many European languages.
Jana is the spelling of several unrelated given names. See Jaana for the Finnish and Estonian given name.
Jamie is a unisex name. Traditionally a masculine name, it can be diminutive form of James or, more rarely, other names and is of Scottish Gaelic origin. It is also given as a name in its own right. Since the late 20th century it has been used as an occasional feminine name particularly in the United States.
Brooks is thought to have been derived from both the Swedish surname Bäckland, and lund ("grove"); and in English, Gaelic and Scottish from "of the brook". The word brook derives from the Old English broc and appears in the Medieval predecessors of Brooks. The surname arrived in North America from England in the mid-seventeenth century.
Tanja is a feminine given name. It may refer to:
Megan is a Welsh feminine given name, originally a diminutive form of Margaret. Margaret is from the Greek μαργαρίτης (margarítēs), Latin margarīta, "pearl". Megan is one of the most popular Welsh-language names for women in Wales and England, and is commonly truncated to Meg.
Gabby is a given name, usually a short form of Gabriel or Gabrielle or Gabriella.
Toni, Toñi or Tóni is a unisex given name.
Angela is a female given name. It is derived from the Greek word ángelos (ἄγγελος), meaning angel or "messenger of God". In the United States, the name "Angela" was at its most popular between 1965 and 1979, when it was ranked among the top 10 names for girls. Between 1922 and 2021, in the United States, the name was ranked in the top 35 names for girls.
Denise is a female given name. Dionysus is the Greek god of wine, and the name Denise means "to be devoted to Bacchus."
Katja is a feminine given name. In Germany, the Netherlands, Flanders, and Scandinavia, it is a pet form of Katherine. Katja may refer to:
Stephanie is a female name that comes from the Greek name Στέφανος (Stephanos) meaning "crown, wreath, garland". The male form is Stephen. Forms of Stephanie in other languages include the German "Stefanie", the Italian, Czech, Polish, and Russian "Stefania", the Portuguese Estefânia, and the Spanish Estefanía. The form Stéphanie is from the French language, but Stephanie is now widely used both in English- and Spanish-speaking cultures.
Nina is a feminine given name with various origins. It is a predominantly east European and Slavic name that has later been used globally.
Kim is a male and female unisex given name. It is also used as a diminutive or nickname for names such as Kimber, Kimberly, Kimberley, Kimball and Kimiko. In Kenya it is short for various male names such as Kimutai and Kimani. In Vietnam it is also a unisex name.
Nadine is a female given name. It is a French elaboration of the name Nadia, itself being a pet form of the Russian virtue name Nadezhda. It is also commonly used amongst Arabic communities and may mean in Arabic: نادين, romanized: nādīn, lit. 'Admonitory/Messenger, Showerer of blessings'.