Definitions for NINA
the Babylonian goddess of the watery deep and daughter of Ea
in continuous use since the 19th century.
The Babylonian goddess of the watery deep and daughter of Ea.
Origin: Borrowed into English in the nineteenth century, mostly from Нина: a full formal name of a Georgian fourth century saint, also known as Nino, of obscure origin and meaning, possibly connected with the Assyrian king Ninus; and from : a short form of diminutives like Annina from Anna and Giovannina from Giovanna.
Translations for NINA
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
the part of the face by which people and animals smell and usually breathe
She held the flower to her nose; He punched the man on the nose.
- narizPortuguese (BR)
- die NaseGerman
- nariz, hocicoSpanish
- nos, njuškaCroatian
- 鼻子Chinese (Trad.)
- 鼻子Chinese (Simp.)
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