-ina1 L. fem. suffix as in rēgīna queen (f. rēg-, rēx king), in It. and Sp. and thence in Eng. forming female titles, as czarina, and in proper names, as Clementina; it is used for some names of musical instruments, as concertina, ocarina.
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