Inna is a Russian name supposedly meaning "strong water". It was the name of an early male Russian martyr, but is currently used as a feminine name only. Inna was the fourth most popular name given to baby girls born in Moscow, Russia in 2007. In ancient Greece the name "Ἴννα" (Inna) is also attested (probably from "ἴννην" - innin, meaning "little girl"), however a connection with the Russian Inna hasn't been confirmed. In other Russian sources Inna means fountain, lively and full of life.