Other Origin(s):Greek, Norse
Meaning:Pure; Divinely beautiful; A set or group of three
Trine is a feminine Scandinavian name with roots in Greek and Old Norse. This ethereal title derives from names ending with “trine.” As a short form of the Greek Catrine, Trine inherits the meaning “pure.” Trine’s link to Norse Astrine, a form of Astrid, lends it the flattering endearment “divinely beautiful.” In astrology, birth charts containing trines show opportunities for harmony and creativity in those placements. Parents who find that numbers hold great significance, like the Greek philosopher Pythagoras, may love that the number three is considered perfect, representing harmony, understanding, and wisdom. Trine has the trinity of what makes a stand-out title—meaningful, beautiful, and unique.
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