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

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Tine
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Gender
Boy, Girl
Origin
Danish, English, Latin, Norwegian, Norwegian
Pronunciation
TEE-ne
Meaning
River
Related Tine Baby Names
Dean, Danny, Tony, Dane, Dan, Dion, Donnie, Deon, Don, Tan, Deion, Abe, Abie, Abina, Able, Abner, Ace, Ade, Adene, Adie
Similar Tine Baby Names
Tahnee, Taima, Tain, Tainn, Taitum, Tam, Tama, Tamah, Tami, Tamma
Sibling Names
Matthew, Joshua, Benjamin, Thomas, Daniel, Michael, Samuel, David, Jacob, Andrew, Zachary, Christopher, Hannah, Elizabeth, Emily, Abigail, Emma, Samantha, Sarah, Rebekah, Victoria, Grace, Sophia, Taylor
About
Tine is a Danish and Norwegian diminutive of Kristine, ultimately derived from Christina. Christina originates in Latin language and means "Christian woman". It is a feminine form of Christian, ultimately derived from Greek. In Christian tradition, there are several saints of this name. It has also been a popular name within royalty over centuries. More recently, it was popularized by the American artist Christina Aguilera.::Tine as a girl's name is related to the Latin names Christina, Martina and Tina. The meaning of Tine is "follower of Christ".
Numerology
The name Tine has a numerology value of 6 In numerological terms, this means the following HomeThe place in which one's domestic affections are centered.The place or region where something is native or most common.FamilyA basic social unit consisting of parents and their children, considered as a group, whether dwelling together or not: the traditional family.A social unit consisting of one or more adults together with the children they care for.All those persons considered as descendants of a common progenitor.ResponsibilityThe state or fact of being responsible.An instance of being responsibleA particular burden of obligation upon one who is responsibleReliability or dependability, especially in meeting debts or payments.