What do you think of the name [name]Nina[/name]? It has always been one of my favorites.

I love it!

I love [name]Nina[/name]. :slight_smile:

Are you looking for mns? For good flow I would avoid any names with a long “e” sound (like [name]Genevieve[/name]) or a strong “n” sound (like [name]Antonia[/name]).

[name]Nina[/name] [name]Adelaide[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] [name]Clementine[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] [name]Eulalie[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] [name]Florence[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] [name]Frances[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] [name]Iris[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] [name]Jessamine[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] [name]Juliet[/name]

For sibsests I can see:
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Alia[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Bella[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Bianca[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Chloe[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Dasha[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Elena[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Esme[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Eva[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Giada[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Lilia[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Lucia[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Mira[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Rosa[/name]

[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Adrian[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Anton[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]August[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Ivan[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Leon[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Mateo[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Rafael[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Rocco[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Roman[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Stefan[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Tadeo[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Paolo[/name]
[name]Nina[/name] & [name]Pietro[/name]

[name]Nina[/name] works with more exotic names for a sibset, rather than a traditional one (like [name]Charles[/name]), a biblical one (like [name]Isaiah[/name]), an Irish one (like [name]Finn[/name]) or a trendy/unisex name (like [name]Taylor[/name]).
An ideal sibling name would be not too long or complicated, (no more than 3 syllables) of Spanish, Russian, Italian or another such origin, and be unique and cultured without being too out-there or tough to pronounce.
If not, or if you don’t want to get locked into a “pattern” for the sibset, then the name should at least complement [name]Nina[/name]'s strength, length, style, and distinctiveness well.

Good luck!

I really love the name [name]Nina[/name], and started liking it when I saw [name]Diane[/name] [name]Keaton[/name]'s character, [name]Nina[/name] [name]Banks[/name], in the Father of the [name]Bride[/name] movies. I think it manages to be sweet, elegant, exotic, and down-to-earth all at once.

There was a thread about [name]Nina[/name] a while ago, but I wasn’t able to find it. (I’ll try again after I eat…)

Have a good night! :slight_smile:

[name]Rose[/name] - great list!

I already have a girl named [name]Laura[/name], I ~think~ that goes with [name]Nina[/name], even though it is more classic than exotic as you describe.

I adore the name [name]Nina[/name], I know the loveliest little girl called [name]Nina[/name] and she’s brilliant :slight_smile:

good luck!

I have been [name]Nina[/name] (straight [name]Nina[/name], not short for anything) all my life and I get a lot of compliments on my name.

A lot of people say 'We were thinking of naming our daughter [name]Nina[/name] but we didn’t in the end"

Surprisingly, I have not met many Ninas in my time :slight_smile:

I had a cat named [name]Nina[/name] (I mean no disrespect)! ButI’ve only ever met one person with the name - I love it!

[name]Rollo[/name] said that [name]Nina[/name] could be a nn for [name]Antonia[/name]. Now I love [name]Nina[/name] even more.