The baby name Larina is a girl name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "luh-REE-nuh".
Larina is Russian in Origin.
Larina is a feminine given name of Russian origin, derived from the word "lara" which means "seagull". It is a relatively uncommon name in English-speaking countries, but it has been used in Russia for centuries. The name is associated with the sea and freedom, and it is often given to girls born near the coast or to parents who have a love for the ocean.
The name Larina has a pleasant and melodious sound, with stress on the second syllable. It is pronounced la-REE-nah, with the "a" sound like in "cat" and the "e" like in "see". The name is composed of two syllables and five letters, which makes it short and easy to remember. The meaning of the name Larina is also simple and straightforward, which adds to its appeal.
The name Larina has been used in literature and music, which has contributed to its popularity in Russia. In the 19th century, the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin wrote a poem called "The Seagull" which tells the story of a girl named Larina who is in love with a sailor. The name Larina has also been used in operas and ballets, such as Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" and Rimsky-Korsakov's "The Snow Maiden". The name is mostly used for girls, but it can also be used as a surname.