Female, Hebrew, K names, Latin, Literature, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Karmina is a variant spelling of Carmina, the Italian and Spanish diminutive of Carmen which has two sources: the first is that it’s the Spanish form of Carmel meaning “garden, vineyard” from Hebrew karmel. Carmina is also the plural form of Latin carmen meaning “song, poem” derived from Proto-Indo-European *keh₂n- (to sing). Carmina refers to a collection of poems (also known as the Odes) written by the Roman poet Horace.

Origin: Hebrew, Latin, Proto-Indo-European



  • Carmina (Italian, Spanish)
  • Carmen (Italian, Spanish, Romanian, English)
  • Carmela (Italian, Spanish)
  • Carmelita (Spanish)
  • Carme (Galician, Catalan)
  • Karmela (Croatian)
  • Karmen (Croatian, Slovene)
  • Carmel (English, Hebrew)
  • Carmella (English)


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