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Gender: F Meaning of Constantina: "constant, unchanging" Origin of Constantina: Latin, female variation of Constantinus

Constantina is a pretty, feminissima, if lengthy, variation on the Constance theme. The fourth century Constantina, also known as Constantia and Constantiana, was the eldest daughter of Roman Emperor Constantine the Great and his second wife Fausta, daughter of Emperor Maximian. Constantina received the title of Augusta by her father, and is venerated as a saint; in English she is also known as Saint Constance.

Famous People Named Constantina

Alpharita Constantina "Rita" Marley, widow of the famous Jamaican singer-songwriter, Bob Marley
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Constantina Carolina Amalia "Amelie" von Strussenfelt, Swedish novelist and poet
Constantine Dita, Romanian Olympic marathoner
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