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katarina

OTHER SCRIPTS:
Bulgarian / Macedonian / Russian / serbian (Катарина)
LANGUAGE FAMILY:
indo-european > hellenic > greek
ORIGIN:
greek 
NAME ROOT:
HEKÁTĒ > KÁTHAROS > AIKATERī́Nē
NATIVE NAME ROOT:
HEKÁTĒ (Ἑκάτη) KÁTHAROS (καθαρός) AIKATERī́Nē ‎(Αἰκατερῑ́νη)
MEANING:
This name derives from the Ancient Greek name “Aikaterī́nē ‎(Αἰκατερῑ́νη)”, which in turn derives from “katharós ‎(καθαρός)”, meaning “clean, clear, pure”. In turn, the name means “pure, clear of dirt, clean of shame or guilt, purified”. It is linked to “Hekátē (Ἑκάτη)”, an ancient goddess most often shown holding two torches or a key and in later periods depicted in triple form. She is variously associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, fire, light, the moon, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of herbs and poisonous plants, necromancy and sorcery. All names linked to this root are popular in historically Christian countries. As Catherine, it was the name of one of the first Christian Saints, Catherine of Alexandria, a Christian saint, and virgin who was martyred in the early 4th century at the hands of the pagan emperor Maxentius.
KEYWORDS:
GREEK MYTHOLOGY (CHTHONIC DEITIES / UNDERWORLD DEITIES) / RELIGION (SAINTS)

Usage

  • bulgarianbulgarian
  • croatiancroatian
  • danishdanish
  • faroesefaroese
  • finnishfinnish
  • germangerman
  • hungarian (magyar)hungarian (magyar)
  • lithuanianlithuanian
  • macedonianmacedonian
  • norwegiannorwegian
  • old norseold norse
  • old swedishold swedish
  • russianrussian
  • serbianserbian
  • sloveneslovene
  • swedishswedish

Related names

VARIANTS
bulgarian
ekaterina
danish
katherine, catherine, catharine, catherina, katharine, katherina, kathryn, ekaterina, katrine, catharina, katharina, katrin, katarine, katalin, catarina, caterina, ecaterina, caitlin, cathleen, kathleen, catalina, cathrina, Catarine, Catharin, Chatarina, Katrione, Ekatarina, Cathlin, Kathlin, Katleen, Cathrine, Catrina, Catrine, Chatrine, Kathrina, Kathrine, Katalina, Cathalina
faroese
katrin, catalina, cathrina
finnish
catherine, catharine, catherina, katharine, katherina, katrine, catharina, katariina, katharina, katrin, katarine, katalin, catarina, caterina, kathleen, catalina, kaarina, Katarin, Jekatarina, Jekateriina, Caterine, Kateri, Cathrine, Kathrine, Katalina
german
katherine, catherine, catharine, catherina, katharine, katherina, kathryn, katrine, catharina, katharina, katrin, katarine, katalin, catarina, caitlin, kathleen, kaarina, Caterine, Kathrina, Kateline, Kathrein
hungarian - magyar
katalin, Katalina
lithuanian
kotryna, Katryna
macedonian
ekaterina
norwegian
katherine, catherine, catharine, catherin, catherina, katharine, katherina, kathryn, ekaterina, katrine, catharina, katharina, katrin, katarine, katalin, catarina, caterina, ecaterina, caitlin, cathleen, kathleen, catalina, cathrina, Chatarina, Caterine, Kethlin, Cathrine, Catrina, Catrine, Chatrin, Chatrine, Kathrina, Kathrine, Katalina, Cathalina
old norse
katrine
old swedish
Kadherin, Katerin, Kadhrin
russian
yekaterina
slovene
ekaterina, katalin, Katalina
swedish
katherine, catherine, catharine, catherin, catherina, cathryn, katharine, katherina, katheryn, katheryne, kathryn, ekaterina, katrine, catharina, katariina, katharina, katrin, katarine, katalin, catarina, caterina, ecaterina, caitlin, cathleen, kathleen, catalina, katriona, kaarina, cathrina, katlin, Catarin, Catharin, Chatarina, Chatharina, Kahtarina, Katarin, Kattarina, Chatriona, Ekatarina, Ekatherina, Ekatherine, Jekatarina, Caterin, Caterine, Cathérine, Chaterine, Katerin, Kathérine, Katherinne, Cateline, Catlin, Katleen, Ketlin, Käthlin, Cathrine, Cathryne, Catrina, Catrine, Catryn, Cattrin, Cattrine, Chathrine, Chatrin, Chatrina, Chatrine, Kathrina, Kathrine, Kathryne, Katryn, Katryna, Kattrin, Kattrina, Kattrine, Katalina, Cataline, Cathalin, Cathalina, Kataline, Katalyn, Kathalin, Kathaline
MASCULINE
norwegian
Katarinus
PET & SHORT FORM
bulgarian
katerina, Katrisha
croatian
kata, kate, Katija
danish
kata, kathrin, katerina, katrina, carina, karina, kate, kathie, kathy, katie, katy, katri, katja, kari, karine, cate, cathy, rina, karen, katinka, caren, kati, cathrin, catrin, trineke, trinka, trinke, kaya, kaia, kaja, kajsa, caisa, caja, kai, kaija, kaisa, kay, Katerine, Cathe, Kathe, Ket, Keth, Kett, Ketta, Kette, Ketti, KATHERINE, Ketty, Cathinca, Cathinka, Kathinka, Tinka, Terina, Katia
faroese
katrina, karina, kate, katja, kari, Ketty, Kayah
finnish
kata, katerina, katrina, katriina, carina, karina, kate, katy, katri, katja, kari, karine, rina, karen, katinka, caren, kati, riina, cathrin, kolina, kätkä, kaia, kaja, kajsa, caisa, kai, kaie, kaija, kaiju, kaijukka, kaijuli, kaikko, kaisa, kaisi, kaisu, kaisukka, kaisuli, kay, Katta, Keth, KATHERINE, Ketty, Tinka, Katia
german
kata, käthe, kathrin, katrina, carina, karina, katina, kate, kathi, kathy, katy, katka, katja, kari, karine, cathy, rina, karen, katinka, caren, kati, cathrin, catrin, kaja, caty, Kathe, Kaatje, carinna, kareen, Katjana, Cathi, Cati, Käte, Kaete, Kaethe, Katia
hungarian - magyar
kata, katalinka, katka, katinka, kati, kiska, KITTI, KATÓ
lithuanian
katrė, Tryna, Trynė, Katrynė
macedonian
katerina, katina
norwegian
kata, kathrin, katerina, katrina, carina, karina, kate, kathie, kathy, katie, katy, katri, katja, kari, karine, cathy, rina, karen, katinka, caren, kati, cathrin, catrin, trinke, trinken, kaia, kaja, kajsa, caia, caisa, kai, kaija, kaisa, kajana, kay, Katerine, Katherin, Carene, Ket, Keth, KATHERINE, Ketty, Cathinca, Cathinka, Catinka, Kathinka, Tinka, Katia
old norse
katerina
old swedish
katerina, kajsa
russian
Katyus'ka, katerina, katya, karina, katinka, katechka, katen'ka, katyukha, katyusha, kat'ka, kisa, kalotina, katyushechka
serbian
kaća
slovene
kata, katerina, katrina, karina, katina, katka, katja, karen, katinka, Katija, Katarinca, Katarinica, Katica, Katika, Katjuša, Katjuška, Katra, Katrca
swedish
kata, kathrin, katerina, katrina, carina, karina, kate, kathy, katie, katy, katri, katja, kari, karine, cate, cathy, rina, karen, katinka, caren, kati, cathrin, catrin, catinca, kattis, kolina, kaja, kajsa, caia, caisa, caja, cajsa, cay, kai, kaija, kaisa, kajs, kajsen, kay, caty, Katerine, KATERYN, Katherin, Carene, Cathe, Kathe, Kejt, Ket, Keth, Kett, Ketti, Kettie, KATHERINE, Kät, Ketty, Kayah, Cathinka, Catinka, Chatinca, Chatinka, Kathinka, Katinca, Tinka, Terina, Cathi, Cati, Katia

Use in other languages

LANGUAGES
afrikaans
Karien, Katerien
albanian
kadri
armenian
katarine, Gadara, Katara
basque
katalin, kattalin, katixa, Katarin, Katalina
belarusian
Kaciaryna, KATSIARYNA
breton
Katarin
catalan
caterina
czech
kateřina
dutch
katherine, catherine, catharine, katrine, katelijn, catharina, katelijne, katrien, katrijn, Karien, Katerien, Kathelijne
english
kaley, kathlyn, kayla, caelie, caileigh, cailin, cailyn, caleigh, cayley, kaelea, kaelee, kailee, kailey, kailyn, kaleigh, kalie, kalyn, kayleah, kaylee, kayleen, kayleigh, kayley, kaylie, kaylin, kayly, kaylynn, keighley, keila, kaylyn, katherine, catherine, catharine, catherin, catherina, cathryn, katharine, katharyn, katherina, katheryn, katheryne, kathryn, caetlin, caitlyn, kaitlin, kaitlynn, katelin, katelyn, katelynn, katlyn, caitlin, kathleen, kaitlyn, katriona, kaela, kaili, caitlynn, caittlyn, catelyn, catlyn, caytelyn, caytlin, kaetlynn, kaitlyne, kaitlynne, kate-lyn, kate-lynn, katlin, kaytelin, kaytelinn, kaytlynn, katelynne, kaytlynne, caity, Caylee, Cailee
esperanto
katarino
estonian
katariina, katrin, kadri
french
catherine
galician
catarina
georgian
K'et'evan, EKATERINE
greek
Aikateríne, katarÍna, Ekáti, Ekateríni, Aikateríni
greenlandic
katrine, kattak, Kathrine
hawaiian
kalena
icelandic
katharina, katarÍna, Karína, Katrín, Katrína
irish
caitlin, caitlÍn, cathleen, kathleen, catriona, caitrÍona, caitria, caitlan, Catraoine, Caitrín
italian
catarina, caterina, catalina
latvian
ekaterina, Karīna, Katarīna, Katrīna
middle english
Catherne, Kateline, Katherne
middle french
Kathareau
old danish
katrine, catharina, katharina, Kathrine
old french
Caterine
polish
katarzyna
portuguese
catarina
portuguese - brazilian
cathrina
romanian
ecaterina, cătălina
sami - lapps
Gáhteriinná, Káhtariinná
scottish
catriona, caitrÌona, Catrìona, Cotrìona
slovak
katarÍna
spanish
catalina, cathrina
turkish
Akaterina
ukrainian
kateryna
welsh
caitlin

Geographical spread (only living languages)

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3
Numerological Values:
3

Traits associated with the number 3 include advanced social skills and articulation. People with name-number 3 are delightful to speak to and are often successful orators or writers. They have a colorful imagination and enjoy life to the fullest.

Chakra Number:
3: The number of the Solar Plexus Chakra "Manipura"

Yellow. The centre of our being - the color of sunshine and the color of the third energy centre - the solar plexus chakra. The main energy of yellow is intellect. Do you like yellow color? Discover what yellow means and how it manifests in your body, mind, heart, and spirit.

Color meaning:

The color yellow relates to acquired knowledge. It is the color which resonates with the left or logic side of the brain stimulating our mental faculties and creating mental agility and perception. Being the lightest hue of the spectrum, the color psychology of yellow is uplifting and illuminating, offering hope, happiness, cheerfulness and fun. In the meaning of colors, yellow inspires original thought and inquisitiveness. Yellow is creative from a mental aspect, the color of new ideas, helping us to find new ways of doing things. It is the practical thinker, not the dreamer.

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