How To Spell Corinna?

Correct spelling: Corinna

 \c(o)-rinna, cor(in)-na\

Corinna as a girl's name is pronounced ko-RINN-nah. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Corinna is "maiden". From Korinna, probably derived from Kore (see Cora), borne by a Boeotian poetess. The name was also used by the Roman poet Ovid for the woman in his love poetry. It was used by English poets in the 16th and 17th centuries, such as Robert Herricks in his poem "Corinna's going a-Maying" (1648). The French form Corinne gained literary fame in Madame de Stael's novel "Corinne" (1807). The name became popular from then on. Corina is Spanish.
  • Corynna,
  • Coronna.
  • Corin,
  • Corinne,
  • Korina,
  • Corrin,
  • Carine,
  • Coreen,
  • Corina,
  • Carinna,
  • Corine,
  • Corrine,
  • Corinn,
  • Corrinda,
  • Corinda,
  • Correna,
  • Corynne,
  • Koreen,
  • Korinne,
  • Coryn,
  • Corenne,
  • Carinne,
  • Corynn,
  • Karinne,
  • Carynne,
  • Karynna,
  • Korrina.

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What are the usage examples for Corinna?

  1. It was the residence of two sisters- the elder extremely ugly and the younger very pretty, but the elder sister was accounted, and very rightly, the Corinna of the place. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. Her sacred beauty hath enchanted heaven; And, had she liv'd before the siege of Troy, Helen, whose beauty summon'd Greece to arms, And drew a thousand ships to Tenedos, Had not been nam'd in Homer's Iliads,- Her name had been in every line he wrote; Or, had those wanton poets, for whose birth Old Rome was proud, but gaz'd a while on her, Nor Lesbia nor Corinna had been nam'd,- Zenocrate had been the argument Of every epigram or elegy. – Tamburlaine the Great, Part II. by Christopher Marlowe

What are the rhymes for Corinna?

  1. minna, syna, kyna, mina, samina;
  2. bryna;