Galina, Halina, Halyna (Cyrillic: Галина; from Greek γαλήνη "calmness") is a Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Slovene, Croatian, Polish and Ukrainian female name.

In Ancient Greek myths Galene was one of the Nereid mermaids, known as the goddess of calm seas.[2] Two Christian female martyrs of this name are recognized by the Orthodox church: the first died in 252 (feast day March 10), the other one, the more famous Galene of Corinth, in 290 (feast day April 16).[3]

Given name

Notable bearers of this name include: