Of Latin origin.

From the Late Latin words “trinitatem”, “trinitas”, meaning “trinity”, “triad”.

The English word Trinity refers to the Christian doctrine of the “Trinity”, the three expressions of one essence, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

The use of Trinity as a given name begun in the 20th century.

Alternative forms of the name are Trinitie, Trini.

There was an increase of the name’s popularity, now ranking #130, after the success of “The Matrix” films.