- n. A female given name in continuous use since the 19th century.
- n. The Babylonian goddess of the watery deep, daughter of Ea.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Babylonian mythology) A goddess of the watery deep and daughter of Ea.
- Borrowed into English in the nineteenth century, apparently from several sources. Many borrowings are of Russian Нина, the name of a Georgian fourth century saint, also known as Nino, of obscure origin and meaning, possibly connected with the Assyrian king Ninus. Others are of an Italian short form of diminutives like Annina from Anna and Giovannina from Giovanna. (Wiktionary)
“To quote Lloyd Bentson, nina, I knew Betty Friedan, and you, Nina, are not a feminist--you are a political hack.”
“Sa pagpapatuloy ng "My Stalking Heart" ay may kasabik-sabik na mga eksena ngayong Linggo tulad ng pagbabalik sa Maynila nina Doris at Julio ay kasama rin nilang binalikan sina Eric at Nina sa buhay nila.”
“BEN INTRODUCES NINA AS HIS GIRLFRIEND Ben (Rick Gonzalez) would like to introduce Nina”
“I chose the name Nina because I had always been called Nina - meaning little one - as a child," she told the Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin in 1960, though neither Carrol nor her older siblings had any recollection of the nickname.”
“Nina is amazed that Michael used the same color palette for everything, to which he responds, "I wanted it to look like a collection.”
“With help from Jenna (Sara Canning) and Stefan, Nina is determined to find out everything she can about her birth mother, but the truth may be more than she can handle.”
“Nina is also confused and asks Gretchen, "What happened?”
“Nina is the author of Yokaiden, an Original English Language manga.”
“He says buying rice was prudent since La Nina is expected to last for four to six more months.”
“Nina is an animator whose husband moves to India, then dumps her by e-mail.”
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