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Meaning of the Name Rena

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The first name Rena is of Greek, Hebrew, English origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Greek: Peaceful
Hebrew: Joyous Song
Hebrew: Joy
English: Diminutive of Feminine Names Ending in -rena
Greek: Peace, a Form of Irene (Reena, Renne, Rina)
Greek: Peace
Hebrew: Laughter; Happiness

Similar Names

Rama | Rane | Rani | Remi | Remo | Remy | Ren | Rene | Renne | Renny |

Related Names

Aeneas  (Greek)
Praiseworthy. Aeneas Was the Trojan Hero of Virgil's Aeneid, This Name His Been Occasionally Used Since the Renaissance
Andrena  (Greek)
Manly. Brave. Feminine Form of Andrew
Andrena  (Latin)
Feminine of Andrew
Arena  (Greek)
Holy One
Calogrenant  (Arthurian Legend)
A Knight
Carena  (Latin)
Little Darling
Cyrena  (Greek)
Mother of Aristaeus
Darena  (American)
Famous and Loved
Hazarenan  (Biblical)
Imprisoned Cloud
Hazarenan  (Biblical)
Imprisoned Cloud
Irena  (Greek)
Peace
Irena  (Russian)
Peace
Irena  (Greek)
The Goddess of Peace (Irene, Irina, Rena, Rina)
Irene  (Greek)
Messenger of Peace, Ardent, Radiant, Constant. (Irena, Lrina)
Karena  (Scandinavian)
Modern Variant of Katherine. Pure
Karena  (Scandinavian)
Pure One
Karena  (Greek)
Pure
Larena  (English)
Variant of Loraine, Meaning from Lorraine
Larena  (Scottish)
Serves Lawrence
Laurena  (English)
The Laurel Tree or Sweet Bay Tree Symbolic of Honor and Victory. Old Name With Many Variants
Len  (German)
Diminutive of Leonard: Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonard
Lenny  (German)
Diminutive of Leonard: Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonard
Leonard  (German)
Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonardo Da Vinci (In Italian
Leonie  (German)
Diminutive of Leonard: Hardy Lion or Lion-bold. St Leonard is the Patron Saint of Prisoners. Famous Bearers: American Composer/Conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance Artist/Scientist Leonard
Lorena  (Latin)
Crowned With Laurel
Lorena  (English)
Variant of Laura or Lora Referring to the Laurel Tree or Sweet Bay Tree Symbolic of Honor and Victory
Lorena  (Latin)
Laurel. The Laurel Tree or Sweet Bay Tree Symbolic of Honor and Victory. Old Name With Many Variants
Lucrece  (French)
From the Latin Lucretia. Famous Bearer: Lucrece, a Roman Matron Who Committed Suicide As a Public Protest Against Dishonor; from the Renaissance Era - Lucrezia Borgia Who Was Sister to Cesare Borgia
Marena  (Latin)
Of the Sea
Moira  (Gaelic)
Baby Mary; Variation of Maureen (Maurene, Marine, Mora, Morena)
Pyrena  (Greek)
Ardent
Raphael  (Hebrew)
God Heals; God's Healer. Raphael Was Also the Name of One of the Archangels, As Mentioned in the Apocrypha. Famous Bearer: Renaissance Painter Raphael (Raffaelo Santi)
Renaldo  (Spanish)
Counselor-ruler
Renard  (French)
Strong Counselor
Renard  (German)
Strong Counselor
Renata  (Italian)
Rebirth
Renata  (French)
Born Anew
Renata  (Latin)
Reborn(Rene, Renie)
Renata  (Latin)
Reborn; Rebirth
Renate  (French)
Reborn
Renate  (Latin)
Rebirth
Renato  (Latin)
Reborn
Renato  (Spanish)
To Rise Again
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