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Forename Regina

Around the globe, Regina (Regina Brazil Poland United States Germany Nigeria, Регина United States Russia Belarus Kazakhstan Uzbekistan, ريجينا Iraq Yemen Palestinian Territory, among others...) is a widespread female forename. The forename Regina is habitual in Guam, where it is a common girly name, Brazil, and Tanzania (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it most frequently occurs in Brazil, the United States, and Germany. Much less frequently, Regina is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Regina

name Reija, name Regiña, name Régine, name Reine, name Erregina, name Ŕëģıňǟ, name Roine, name Gina, name Régina, name Regına, name Regina, name เรจิน่า, name Queen, name Reginà, name Regīna, name Règina, name Режина, name Regine, name 瑞加娜, name Регина, name Regină, name Реджина, name رين, name Rëgina, name Ina, name Regìna, name Regína, name Регіна, name Ρεγγίνα, name רגינה, name Режин, name Rêgina, name Řegina, name רג'ינה, name Рэгина, name ريجينا
Regina Germany, Brazil, Poland, United States, Nigeria
Регина Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Russia, United States
ريجينا Iraq, Yemen, Palestinian Territory
רג'ינה Israel

First name Regina in the context

Regina is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Regina Mills , the fictional character in ABC's television series Once Upon a Time; Regina Delavale , the protagonist from Miljenko Jergović's The Walnut Mansion; Regina George , the main antagonist of the 2004 film Mean Girls; Regina , the fictional character, Dino Crisis 2 and Regina Tiedemann , the fictional character in Dark, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of regina fugger regina fugger regina fugger (1537-1584) (b. 1537) link
picture of regina protmann regina protmann regina protmann Polish beatified nun, Catholic, PL (b. 1552) link
regina szafraniec PL (b. 1500) link
picture of regina von freyberg regina von freyberg regina von freyberg (b. 1570) link
regina varenbühler (b. 1527) link
regina schwalenberg DE (b. 1531) link
regina rulich (b. 1550) link
regina filipowska (b. 1550) link
regina beil (b. 1551) link
regina mager DE (b. 1553) link
regina brauns DE (b. 1556) link
regina, freiin von dietrichstein 18 Sep 1567 - 1618 Graz, AT (b. 1567) link
regina wirth DE (b. 1560) link
regina basilier Swedish (originally German) merchant and moneylender (b. 1572) link
regina dahler (b. 1573) link