Name Aretina - meaning, origin, popularity 

Aretina name meaning

What does Aretina mean?

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: Swedish
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Woman of Virtue, Best, Excellence, Virtuous and Excellent
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The infrequent girl name Aretina came from Old Greek is used in Swedish. Aretina is a variant of widespread Aretha. Infrequent Aretha has its origin in Old Greek, Aretha means "Woman of Virtue and Best". Also. Aretina is a variant of Areta. Areta is variation of desirable Aretha. Areta is an effeminate form of Aret. Also Areta is feminine of Aretas.

Variants of Aretina

Aretha, Areta, Areata, Arita, Arite

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How popular is the name Aretina?

Aretina is an uncommon baby name in United States and may not be used now. As per our research, over 100 babies have been bestowed Aretina around the globe.



Here's what numbers has to say about Aretina

Allow yourself to think more freely. In order to gain more than you already have, you need to take uncalculated risks and see where they take you. You will experience your spiritual calling soon. And it will be associated with romantic feelings. You are always preoccupied with other people's problems because they know you are compassionate and ready to help at any time. You have a restless spirit and booming energy.

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