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Gender: F Pronunciation: zee-nah-ee-dah Origin of Zinaida: Russian, from Greek, related to Zeus

This unusual name belonged to a character played by Kirsten Dunst in an early film.

Famous People Named Zinaida

Zinaida Gippius, Russian poet
Zinaida Reich, Russian actress
Zinaida Serebriakova, Russian painter
Zinaida Greceanii, former prime minister of Moldova
Zinaida Portnova, Soviet Nazi resistor and Hero
Zinaida Lvovna Volkova, daughter of Soviet leader Leon Trotsky
Zinaida Yevgenyevna Serebriakova, Russian painter
Zinaida Mykhaylivna Turchyna, Ukrainian handball player

Pop Culture References for the name Zinaida

Zinaida, character in 2001 movie "Lover's Prayer"
Zinida, lion-tamer, in love with Bazano and mistress to Briquet, in the Russian play 'Tot, kto poluchaet poshchochiny' (1914) by Leonid Andreyev (published in English, as 'He Who Gets Slapped', in 1922)
Russian form of ZENAIDA
Pronounced \zee-nah-EE-dah\

Zina, Ida