Nina

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January 19, 2022

Nina - a female name with an unclear etymology, in Poland formerly known as the diminutive of the name Janina or Antonina. It probably comes from the name Ninos, worn by the mythical founder of Nineveh and the Assyrian Empire. The patroness of this name, St. Nina (Nino), also known as Krystiana (Christiana - "Christian"), brought Christianity to Georgia. Among the names given to newborn babies, Nina ranks 44th in the group of female names. The name day Nina is celebrated on January 14 (the memory of St. Nino in the Catholic Church in Poland and in the Georgian Church). There are also other dates that relate to the memorial of St. Nino: January 27 in the Orthodox Church, October 29 in the Armenian Church and December 15 - in the Catholic Church in some other countries, according to the ancient Roman martyrology. Famous people bearing the name Nina: Nina Andrycz Nino Burjanadze Nina Hagen Nina Haver-Løseth Nina Ortlieb Nina Repetowska Nina Ricci Nina Simone Nina Skołuba-Uryga Nina Terentiew Nina Dorthea Terjesen Nina Dobrev (779) Nina Nina - a village in Estonia, in the province of Tartu, in the municipality of Alatskivi Nina Ponimirska Saint Nina

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