Rosina Meaning and Origin

Rosina is a girl’s name of Italian origin, meaning rose. Rosina is derived from the Latin name “rosa,” which means “rose.” It is associated with the beauty, delicacy, and fragrance of the flower. Rosina is particularly popular in Italian and Spanish-speaking countries. It is often considered a diminutive or variant of the name Rosa, emphasizing a smaller or more endearing version. Rosina gained popularity through its association with the character Rosina in the famous opera “The Barber of Seville” (1816) by Gioachino Rossini. While Rosina may not be as commonly used as some other names, it has a classic and timeless appeal.

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