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This name is actually spelled Cãtãlin, with breves above the As; Ä, or As with diaereses above them, don't exist in the Romanian alphabet. [noted -ed]

The feminine form of this name is Cãtãlina.
Randee15  2/24/2006
I believe it's pronounced kut-uh-leen.
― Anonymous User  3/31/2007
Meh. Kinda. The "Ă" is supposedly pronounced like "uh," and the "I" in Romanian is difficult to explain because it's sort of halfway between the sounds of I as heard in "fIsh" and ee like in "hEEd."
― Anonymous User  7/3/2007
Catalin is the name of a Basque girl in Roland Smith's book "Zach's Lie".
― Anonymous User  6/9/2009
I think it's interesting that this is a masculine form of Katherine, but I don't like this name itself.
bathos  12/3/2010

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