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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

fem. proper name, short for Cristina, etc.


n. (context slang English) The drug methamphetamine hydrochloride (crystal meth)

Tina, MO -- U.S. village in Missouri
Population (2000): 193
Housing Units (2000): 81
Land area (2000): 0.346465 sq. miles (0.897339 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.346465 sq. miles (0.897339 sq. km)
FIPS code: 73330
Located within: Missouri (MO), FIPS 29
Location: 39.537717 N, 93.439445 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 64682
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Tina, MO

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Tina (given name)

Tina is a common female given name. It originates from Old English Tyne/Tyna/Tina, meaning river. It is also a diminutive for names such as Bettina, Christina, Christine, Martina, Valentina, etc. Its masculine counterpart is Tino. In Finland and Estonia, the name is often written as Tiina.

In the Russian language, Tina is a diminutive of the male first names Aventin and Avgustin and the female first names Aventina and Avgustina.

The name is shared by the following people:

  • Tina Ambani, (born 1957), Indian film actress
  • Tina Arena (born 1967), Australian singer
  • Tina Campbell (born 1974), American singer from the contemporary gospel duo Mary Mary
  • Tina Brown, journalist, magazine editor, columnist, talk-show host and author
  • Tina Cole, actress in My Three Sons
  • Tina Connelly, Canadian track and field athlete
  • Tina Cullen, English field hockey forward
  • Tina Dayton, American streamer for and girlfriend of Rooster Teeth's Ray Narvaez Jr
  • Tina Dutta, Indian actress
  • Tina Fey, American writer and actress
  • Tina Weymouth, American bass player Talking Heads
  • Tina Harris, American R'n'B singer
  • Tina Huang, American actress
  • Tina Ivanović, Serbian pop-folk singer
  • Tiina Kankaanpää (born 1976), Finnish discus thrower
  • Tina Kover, American translator
  • Tina Livanos, daughter of the Greek shipping magnate Stavros Livanos
  • Tina Louise, actress on Gilligan's Island
  • Teena Marie, (1956-2010), American singer
  • Tina Maze, (born 1983), Slovenian alpine skier
  • Tina McKenzie, (born 1974), Australian wheelchair basketball player
  • Tina Peters, German field hockey player
  • Tina Poitras, (born 1970), Canadian race walker
  • Tina Rättyä, Finnish heptathlete
  • Tina Sugandh, singer
  • Tina Turner, singer
  • Tina Yuzuki, AV Idol
  • Tina Yothers, former child star
  • Tina Karol, Ukrainian singer
Tina (moth)

Tina is a genus of moths belonging to the Tortricidae family.

Tina (album)

TINA (an acronym for This Is New Africa) is the debut studio album by British singer Fuse ODG, released on 31 October 2014 through 3 Beat Records.

TINA (program)

Toolkit for Interactive Network Analysis, more known by its acronym TINA, is a SPICE based electronics design and training software including analog, digital & mixed circuit simulation and PCB design available both installable and cloud-based versions.

TINA (software)

TINA Software is a circuit simulation software that helps to the electrical and electronics engineering students to simulate a big or complex circuit on a computer window without actual implementation with the components. This tool is also used for PCB (Printed Circuit Board) designing. One can virtually simulate and see the different parameters such as voltage, current etc. in a simple way by using this software.

Usage examples of "tina".

Belesa bodily to the footwalk, then Tina, and then leaped up after them.

Tina lit another cigarette, inhaled, and blew out another stream of smoke before she went on, faster now to get it over with.

She knew well enough what was being said for she and Tina had discussed it in depth the evening before.

Tina was a fine white Saanen, but her beauty was ravaged by a huge laceration that had pulled the skin down from her shoulder in a long V, exposing the naked smoothness of the supraspinatus and infraspinatus muscles.

Adam Nichols to keep their appointment, he was still wrestling with the question of whether or not he would ever be able to trust Tina again.

Tina and her Nine Battalion would strike south through Offaly, Laois, and Kilkenny.

With no change in her expression, Tina slashed out with the knife edge of her hand and slammed a blow just above his kidney, then slapped him on the face a stinging pop.

No, the dim-witted, stars-in-her-eyes Tina had been a much safer, much smarter move.

He could see Peter, Tina, and Sorge wrapped in discussion over at the monitors, Everett was waiting out of shot with his touch-up kit, and everyone not actually working was gathered to one side, watching.

Purcell was in a panic and blamed the bookkeeper, Tina Bart, which was absurd and unfair.

At 10:30 I went over to the courthouse to do a records check for Tina Bart. I figured it would be a comfort to bury myself in endless mundane paperwork, where the chances of violence and betrayal were reduced to a minimum.

We were set to amscray when Tina Lowry, an old classmate of mine, called, "Richard!

George Bannister and her housekeeper Tina spoke of witnessing, from a kitchen pantry at the rear of the Bannisters' house, a episode involving Jerry Bozer, drunk and disheveled, turning up morning to ring the Hearts' doorbell and to call out piteously for Mrs.

In that moment Al really believed that Tina Martinez-O'Farrell, no matter how ditzy she appeared, really was as smart as her personnel dossier said she was.

Tina felt as if they had talked without pause all evening, speaking with quiet urgency, as if each had a vast quantity of earthshakingly important information that he must pass on to the other before they parted.