Dina

Dina is a feminine given name. Dina was Jacob's daughter in the Bible. It is an alternate name for the biblical angel Jophiel, and a nickname for Constantina. People named Dina include:Dina Ali Lasloom, a Saudi woman who was deported from the Philippines back to Saudi Arabia
Dina bint Abdul-Hamid (1929–2019), Queen consort of Jordan, first wife of King Hussein
Dina Mohammad Khalifeh, Princess of Jordan, wife of Prince Mired bin Ra'ad
Dina Asher-Smith, British sprinter and British 100m & 200m record holder
Dina Averina, Russian rhythmic gymnast
Dina Babbitt (1923–2009), Czechoslovakian-born American painter and Holocaust survivor
Dina Bélanger (1897–1929), Canadian beatified Catholic nun, mystic and musician
Dina Chandidas, a medieval poet of Bengal
Dina Bonnevie, Filipina actress
Dina Doron, Israeli actress
Dina Eastwood, American reporter, news anchor and reality TV star, ex-wife of Clint Eastwood
Dina Edling (1854–1935), Swedish opera singer
Dina Feitelson (1926–1992), Israeli educator and professor
Dina Ellermann, Estonian dressage rider
Dina Garipova, Russian singer
Dina Kotchetkova, Russian artistic gymnast
Dina Koston (1929?–2009), American pianist, music educator and composer
Dina Lévi-Strauss or Dina Dreyfus (1911–1999), French ethnologist, anthropologist, sociologist and philosopher
Dina Lohan, mother of Lindsay Lohan
Dina Manzo, former co-star of The Real Housewives of New Jersey and star of HGTV's Dina's Party
Dina Merrill, stage name of Nedenia Marjorie Hutton (1923–2017), American actress, socialite and philanthropist
Dina Meyer, American actress
Dina Miftakhutdynova, Ukrainian retired rower
Faradina Mohd. Nadzir, also known as Dina Nadzir, Malaysian Idol 2004 runner-up
Dina Porat, Israeli historian
Dina Powell, American business executive and former government officeholder
Dina Pugliese, Canadian TV personality
Dina Tala'at, Egyptian belly dancer
Dina Titus, Nevada politician
Dina Vinhofvers (1620–1651), Danish silk worker who made an accusation of an assassination plot against the king
Dina Wadia (1919–2017), daughter of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan


Dina is a feminine given name. Dina was Jacob's daughter in the Bible. It is an alternate name for the biblical angel Jophiel, and a nickname for Constantina. People named Dina include:Dina Ali Lasloom, a Saudi woman who was deported from the Philippines back to Saudi Arabia Dina bint Abdul-Hamid (1929–2019), Queen consort of Jordan, first wife of King Hussein Dina Mohammad Khalifeh, Princess of Jordan, wife of Prince Mired bin Ra'ad Dina Asher-Smith, British sprinter and British 100m & 200m record holder Dina Averina, Russian rhythmic gymnast Dina Babbitt (1923–2009), Czechoslovakian-born American painter and Holocaust survivor Dina Bélanger (1897–1929), Canadian beatified Catholic nun, mystic and musician Dina Chandidas, a medieval poet of Bengal Dina Bonnevie, Filipina actress Dina Doron, Israeli actress Dina Eastwood, American reporter, news anchor and reality TV star, ex-wife of Clint Eastwood Dina Edling (1854–1935), Swedish opera singer Dina Feitelson (1926–1992), Israeli educator and professor Dina Ellermann, Estonian dressage rider Dina Garipova, Russian singer Dina Kotchetkova, Russian artistic gymnast Dina Koston (1929?–2009), American pianist, music educator and composer Dina Lévi-Strauss or Dina Dreyfus (1911–1999), French ethnologist, anthropologist, sociologist and philosopher Dina Lohan, mother of Lindsay Lohan Dina Manzo, former co-star of The Real Housewives of New Jersey and star of HGTV's Dina's Party Dina Merrill, stage name of Nedenia Marjorie Hutton (1923–2017), American actress, socialite and philanthropist Dina Meyer, American actress Dina Miftakhutdynova, Ukrainian retired rower Faradina Mohd. Nadzir, also known as Dina Nadzir, Malaysian Idol 2004 runner-up Dina Porat, Israeli historian Dina Powell, American business executive and former government officeholder Dina Pugliese, Canadian TV personality Dina Tala'at, Egyptian belly dancer Dina Titus, Nevada politician Dina Vinhofvers (1620–1651), Danish silk worker who made an accusation of an assassination plot against the king Dina Wadia (1919–2017), daughter of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan
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