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Gender: F Origin of Tina: Diminutive of Christina et al Meaning of Christina: Greek, "a Christian"

Tina, despite its petite and tinkly image, is apt these days to be replaced by the more elegant originals, Christina and Martina.It does have some strong namesakes, though, in Tina Turner (born Anna Mae), Tina Brown (born Christina), Tina Fey (born Elizabeth), and photographer Tina Barney (born Tina).

Tina was a Top 100 name from 1956 to 1982, peaking at Number 18 in 1968.

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Famous People Named Tina

Tina Fey, American comedic actress/writer (born Elizabeth Stamatina Fey)
Tina Majorino, American actress
Tina Brown, editor of "Daily Beast" and "Newsweek"
Tina Louise, American actress (b. Tatiana Josivovna Chernova Blacker)
Tina Turner, American singer (born Anna Mae Bullock)
Radmila "Tina" Ivanovic, Serbian singer
Tina Denise Byrd, daughter of American singer Tammy Wynette
Tina Maze, Slovenian Olympic skier

Pop Culture References for the Name Tina

Tina Belcher, main charcter on Bob's Burgers
Tina, from the tv show "What I Like About You"
Tina Cohen-Chang a character on the show Glee
Tina from the British soap 'Coronation Street' or 'Corrie'
Tina 'Teeny' Tercell, character played Thora Birch and Melanie Griffiths in the movie Now and Then.
Tina Duck, Daffy Duck's girlfriend
Tina Belcher, character on animated series Bob's Burgers
Can be short for Christiana, Christina or Valentina
Tina, pet llama in Napoleon Dynamite

Teena, Teenie, Teina, Tena, Tine, Tiny

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