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Gender: F Meaning of Adina: "slender, delicate" Origin of Adina: Hebrew

Name of an Old Testament soldier that can theoretically be used for either sex -- but sounds overwhelmingly feminine.

Famous People Named Adina

Adina Mercedes Bastidas, Venezuelan economist & first female VP
Adina Beg, governor of the Punjab for a few months before her death
Adina Bar-On, pioneer performance artist, considered the first in Israel
Adina Emilia De Zavala, teacher, historian & Texas preservationist
Adina Fohlin, Swedish model
Adina Howard, award-winning American R&B singer & chef
Adina Hoffman, American essayist, critic & literary biographer
Adina Izarra, Venezuelan musician & composer
Adina Mandlova (1910-'91), Czech actress & sex-symbol
Adina Porter, Obie Award-winning American actress
Adina Ioana Valean, Romanian politician & social activist

Pop Culture References for the name Adina

Adina, character in Donizetti's opera L'elisir d'amore (1832)
Adina, meaning "gentle" in Books of Chronicles of the Hebrew Bible
Adina Mosque, 14th-century mosque in West Bengal, India

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