Carmina meaning and origin
Of Hebrew, Hebrew-Latin and Latin origin, Unwonted Carmina means "Song, Fruit Garden, Orchard, Fruitful Land, Bright Red or Our Lady of Mount Carmel" and is used particulary in Italian, English and Spanish is used for baby girls. Carmina is variation of admired, ceaseless and biblical Carmine. Anomalous Carmine is used substantially in English and Italian has origin in Latin, Hebrew and Hebrew-Latin, Carmine means "Fruitful Land, Fruit Garden and Bright Red". Carmina is a form of perennial and customary Carmen. Infrequent Carmen is originated from Latin and Hebrew, Carmen means "Song, The Virgin of Mount Karmel and Garden". Carmina is variant of prevailing and biblical Carmel. Carmel is equivalent of Carmen in Spanish language. Unconventional Latin and Hebrew Carmel, meaning of Carmel is "Fruit Garden and Bright Red". The name is celebrated on July 16th.
Variants of Carmina
View middle names that goes with Carmina like Madie, Magalie, Gula, Georgianna,Names that rhyme with Carmina
Popularity of Carmina
Carmina is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1914 and was able to reach the top 3000 names. In 1976, it ranked 2438th when 38 girls were named Carmina. Over 1229 people have been named Carmina in United States. Carmina is an uncommon baby name in France, in use since 1925, peaked in 1930 when it ranked 1175th. Carmina is a rare baby name in England and Wales there is very thin chances of it still being given. But Carmina is a popular baby name in Philippines where every 1 in 20000 have the name as well as in, Mexico and Brazil. According to our research, at least 40000 people have been bestowed Carmina around the globe.
Carmina in Nordic countries
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Here's what numbers has to say about Carmina
You are dominant when it comes to relationships. You seriously need to work on your self-confidence. You want to invent something or accomplish something no one has ever done before. You easily adapt to new environments and want to hang around with new people. You would do anything for the people you love. You can't stand being imprisoned by your feelings for someone. You would rather pretend that you don't have them.
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- Leonardo - Prominent and All time favorite unisex name Leonardo means "Lion, Brave or Hardy" which is used specifically in Finnish, Italian and Portuguese is originated from Old High German and Latin languages
- César - Of Latin origin, César is a baby boy name particulary used in French and Spanish, César means "Cut, Excise or Incision"
- Nemo - Mainly used in Finnish and Norwegian unheard-of, Nemo is originated from Latin and Hebrew, meaning of Nemo is "Nobody" is a baby boy name
- Arabelle - Persistent and Rare Arabelle is used in Swedish, Finnish and German is a girl name has its roots in Hebrew and English, Arabelle means "Annabella or Graceful"
Namesakes of Carmina
- Carmina Garay in Love at the Christmas Table as Actress
- Carmina Villaroel in The Road as Actress
- Carmina Barrios in Carmina o revienta as Actress
Lists having Carmina
- Biblical Girl Names
- Girl names beginning with C
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- English Girl Names
- Hebrew Girl Names
- Latin Girl Names
- Italian Girl Names
- Spanish Girl Names
- Girl names that starts with Car
- Girl names that ends with -ina
- Baby Names that mean Song
- Baby Names that mean Garden
- Baby Names that mean Fruit
- Baby Names that mean Fruitful
- Baby Names that mean Land
- Baby Names that mean Bright
- Baby Names that mean Red
- Baby Names that mean Lady
- Baby Names that mean Mount
- Baby Names that mean Carmel