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Gender: F Meaning of Alina: "bright, beautiful" Origin of Alina: Slavic Alina's Popularity in 2014: #192

Alina is one of the scores of global variations on the classic Helen, well used in Poland and Russia, and also heard in the Celtic and German cultures, as well as in the US. Alina might be a long form for a daughter you want to call Lena or Lina.

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Famous People Named Alina

Alina Somova, Russian ballerina
Alina Kabaeva, Russian Olympic rhythmic gymnast, rumored mistress of Vladimir Putin and mother of his daughter.
Alina Chiara Foley, daughter of actor Dave Foley
Alina Jidkova, Russian tennis player
Alina Dronova, Ukrainian ballerina
Alina Dumitru, Romanian Olympic judoka
Alina Baikova, Ukrainian model

Pop Culture References for the name Alina

Alina, main character in Barbara Cartland's novel "The Dangerous Dandy"
Alina Starkov, main character of the Grisha Trilogy
Alina/"Teri", main character in the film "The Equalizer"
Alina, one of the main characters in Ken Follet's Pillars of the Earth