Giuseppina Meaning in English, Giuseppina Baby Name Origin Gender Meaning Pronunciation

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Hebrew, Italian
God wiIl multiply
Related Giuseppina Baby Names
Guiseppa, Giovanna, Violet, Guilianna, Lucia, Silvana, Italia, Gia, Bianca, Fiorella, Penelope, Giustina, Guiseppina
Similar Giuseppina Baby Names
Gabino, Gaffney, Gauvain, Gavan, Gaven, Gavenia, Gavin, Gavina, Gavyn, Giovanna
Sibling Names
Gabriella, Sofia, Michael
Middle Names
Giuseppina is an Italian form of Josephine. Josephine originates in Hebrew language and means "God raises". It is a feminine form of Joseph. As a feminine given name it has been used on a regular basis since the 19th century. Josephine has always been popular among royalty, one of the most famous bearers is probably Josephine de Beauharnais, the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte and the first French Empress.::Giuseppina as a girl's name is of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning "the Lord adds". It is the feminine form of Giuseppe.
The name Giuseppina has a numerology value of 5 In numerological terms, this means the following ActionThe process or state of acting or of being active: The machine is not in action now.Something done or performed; act; deed.An act that one consciously wills and that may be characterized by physical or mental activity.RestlessnessCharacterized by or showing inability to remain at rest.Unquiet or uneasy, as a person, the mind, or the heart.Never at rest; perpetually agitated or in motion.Without rest; without restful sleep.ExperienceThe process or fact of personally observing, encountering, or undergoing something: business experience.The observing, encountering, or undergoing of things generally as they occur in the course of time: to learn from experience; the range of human experience.Knowledge or practical wisdom gained from what one has observed, encountered, or undergone.