Tina vs Nina - What's the difference?

tina | nina |

As an initialism tina

is there is no alternative (a political slogan of ).

As an adjective nina is

fine, perfect.

As a verb nina is




Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • .
  • A lake in Alaska, near/around Anchorage.
  • nina


    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • (female) in continuous use since the 19th century.
  • * 1990 , Family Pictures , Harper & Row, ISBN 0060163976, pages 5, 25:
  • The first three, Macklin, Lydia, and Randall, were the special ones. Even those names, we thought, showed greater imagination, greater involvement on our parents' part, than ours did: Nina , Mary, Sarah. Clearly by that time they had run out of gas. - - -
    "Nina . Such a pretty, old-fashioned name. I hope you don't mind my saying that." "No; I'm glad you think so."
  • The Babylonian goddess of the watery deep, daughter of Ea.
  • Anagrams

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