Adina

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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 Bastidas, Venezuelan economist (first female VP)
Adina Beg, governor of the Punjab
Adina Bar-On, Israeli pioneer performance artist
Adina Emilia De Zavala, teacher, historian & 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, "gentle" in Books of Chronicles of the Hebrew Bible
Adina Mosque, 14th-century mosque in West Bengal, India

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