|Number of People||👶 13,000|
|Rate in 2021||680|
|Name origin||🌍 Arabic|
Experts point at two etymological sources for Amina. Both of these sources are Arabic. The first source is the Arabic female name Amina(h) which means “to feel safe”. The second source is the Arabic masculine name Amin which means “truthful, honest, trustworthy. Both names have significant Islamic examples. Aminah bint Wahb was the Prophet Muhammad’s mother. Amin, as a nickname and adjective, was given to the Prophet Muhammad even before his calling as a prophet. As a female name with Arabic roots, Amina has not been very successful in Christian and western countries. It has experienced being the number one choice for females in Bosnia and Herzegovina though. It is very popular in Islamic and Arabic countries. It is a Top 10 choice in Morocco and Kazakhstan. You can see Amina in western countries that have significant Muslim and Arab populations. Countries such as France and Netherland are two of such countries. In America, African-Americans started adopting Arabic and Islamic names in 1970s.
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