Other Origin(s):Latin, Swedish
Meaning:White, bright; High mountain
Parents who have been lost in a fog of names will love this bright spark! Albina is a Swiss feminine name of Latin and Swedish origin, perfectly encapsulating Switzerland’s diverse linguistic heritage. Meaning “white” or “bright,” this luminous moniker is an apt choice for baby. Derived from the Roman name Albinus and the Latin word _albus_, this name is synonymous with innocence, clarity, and wide-eyed wonder. Additionally, this name takes its roots from the same origins as the word _albiyu,_ meaning “high mountain,” which was often used to refer to snow-capped mountains. Most famously, Switzerland is home to some of the most beautiful and impressive mountains in the world, the Swiss Alps, making this an apt choice to help baby stay connected to their heritage. Notable namesakes include Albanian singer Albina Kelmendi, and American-Lithuanian Olympic medalist swimmer Albina Osipowich.
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