Meaning:Little honey; Night of the full moon
Celebrate baby’s sweet soul with the name Pamina. This feminine name is of Italian origin, coming from the name Pamela. Translating to “little honey,” this name is sure to match your little one’s sweet, gentle demeanor. If you’d prefer to embrace baby’s love for the darkness, Pamina can also come from the Greek word pammenis, meaning “night of the full moon.” If you’ve got a love for the classics, this name can also connect your little one to a character from Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute. In this classic performance, Pamina is the daughter of the Queen of the Night, who is captured by Sarastro and needs to be saved by Prince Tamino. Whether baby grows up to be a sweet honeybee, appreciate the moon over the sun, or find a safe space in the theatre, the name Pamina makes for an inspiring choice.
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