means the same thing in Sweden as it does here.
That's the etymology
of a name. There are few names that are the same, but different origins...but that's an etemological difference.
Its insane to think that a name changes meanings from one country to the next! It doesn't! Katharine
is a Greek name. Katarina
is a Swedish FORM of Katharine
, meaning the same. Katrina
is an Irish FORM of Katharine
, meaning the same thing. ANd on and on and on.
means the same thing in Ukraine as it does in Turkey-because its from the same etymological
Another example is my middle name. Elizabeth
, according to my father, is a Hebrew name that means "Woman of God's House" because of the parts of the name. He's totally incorrect-its a Greek form of another name. Its just coincidence that it does so, there is no special reason!
Hopefully you'll finally get it through your thick skull that a names meaning DOES NOT CHANGE FROM COUNTRY TO COUNTRY!Haven