Philomine meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Meaning: Strongly Beloved, Friend of Strength, Greatly Loved, Powerful, Love Strong, Phileo and Meno
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Odd girl name Philomine has its origin in Old Greek. Philomine is a version of evergreen, saintly and desirable Philomena. Odd Old Greek Philomena is mainly used in German and English, meaning of Philomena is "Strongly Beloved, Greatly Loved and Love Strong".

Variants of Philomine

Philomena, Filemona, Mena, Menah, Meina, Imaine

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Popularity of Philomine

Philomine is a rare baby name in United States where it may not be used now. Also, Philomine is a familiar name in DR Congo and Nigeria. According to our estimate, at least 900 people have been bestowed Philomine around the globe.



Numerological aspects of Philomine

You have the capability to guide others and people will get awestruck by witnessing your efforts. You want to do more cool and exciting stuff. Having number 11 as your soul urge no symbolizes your wandering nature. When you walk into a room, all eyes are you and you only. You need to open up to new adventures and experiences. Romantic relationships are definitely not your thing. When it comes to your career, you don't make it your priority but see it as something you must do to survive.

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  •  Aleksandr means He Who Wards Off (Other) Men or Defender of Men is rooted from Old Greek and is chiefly used in Danish, Norwegian and Finnish is used for baby boys
  •  Mikail - Rarefied Mikail notably is used in Norwegian and Swedish, meaning of Mikail is "Name of an Angel Michael, Who is Like God? or Name of an Angel" and rooted from Hebrew is used as a gender insensitive name
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