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Gender: Female Origin of Ina: Latin, feminine suffix

The name Ina is a girl's name of Latin, Polish origin. Ina and is often added to lists like Cool Baby Names That Start With I and discussed in our forums with posts like "Names on NB that make you go WOW!".

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This suffix is used as an independent name, but doesn't your little girl deserve more?

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Famous People Named Ina

Saint Ina, 5th-century Welsh saint and a member of the royal house of Gwynedd
Ina Rosenberg Garten, American celebrity chef
Ina Christine Wroldsen, Norwegian singer of electropop duo Ask Embla
Ina Claire, American actress
Ina Clare, English actress
Ina Benita (born Janina Maria Bułhak), Polish actress
Rina Marie "Ina" Padilla Raymundo, Filipina actress
Ina Ray Hutton (born Odessa Cowan), American singer and bandleader
Ina Marie von Bassewitz, wife of Prince Oskar of Prussia
Ina May Gaskin, "the mother of modern midwifery" and co-founder of The Farm commune in Summertown, TN
Lorina "Ina" Liddell, the sister of Alice Liddell (for whom Lewis Carroll wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland)

Pop Culture References for the name Ina

Ina Deacon, "sister of Miss Lulu Bett who treats her as servant" in Zona Gale's 1920 novel Miss Lulu Bett
"There was something funny about the child, something dark, stand-offish, classy. Ina: classy name, too classy. Cora didn't like it." [H.E. Bates, The Landlady, 1938]
Ina Leifsdottir, the MFE pilot in Voltron: Legendary Defender

Ena, Yna, Inanne, Inanna

Comments

sparkleflaame Says:

2017-04-21T10:34:22

Ina is pretty! But in my city there is a road called Ina and everyone pronounces it I-Na, not E-na.... so this is a name that is hard for others to say correctly.

bearcub27 Says:

2017-01-23T04:09:10

This name is simply beautiful to me and I'm crushing on it hard lately. I prefer the pronunciation ee-na. It reminds me of a strong, independent girl, someone who takes the road less traveled.

IHughes Says:

2016-11-05T22:10:19

My name is Ingrid and I couldn't say it as a child so I named myself Ina, my family still calls that, it's my nickname!

Catastroffy Says:

2015-07-19T14:48:38

I don't see why Ina (ee-nuh) is any worse than Eva.

AmaliaJane90 Says:

2014-09-30T07:30:22

Knew a girl named Inangara (In- nan- gah-rah) Her friends called her Ina.