Other Origin(s):Greek, Japanese, Sanskrit
Meaning:Joyful song; Melted; White jasmine; Greenery; Village; Pure
Rinah is a feminine name that comes rich in Hebrew, Sanskrit, and Japanese origins. Rinah’s vast roots lend a collection of endearments, from the Hebrew “joyful song” to the Sanskrit “melted” and the Japanese “white jasmine,” “greenery,” and “village.” Rinah is a form of Rina, its “h” spelling creating a blissful sigh when Rinah leaves the lips. Rinah may be considered a short form of the Greek Katherina, adopting the virtuous meaning “pure.” A beautiful appellation that grants a world of possibilities, Rinah offers a lighthearted and versatile title for your new arrival.
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