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Also pronounced, in some parts, like "KAHCH-leen", since the "t" is flanked by slender vowels ("i"'s, in this case).
-- gaelruadh19  4/28/2005
My name is Caitlin (Kate-lynn) and there are many other ways to spell it. Caitlin is the Irish form of Kathrine which is my grandmother's name. My father is MOSTLY Irish and so am I. Caitlin also means purity and virginity. My name defines who I am and where I come from and I wouldn't want my name to be anything different.
-- Anonymous User  7/10/2005
The name of poet Dylan Thomas' wife.
-- Anonymous User  12/16/2005
Hi, I have a friend named Caitlin and she seems to be truly what her name means. She thinks no ill of anyone, she is most definitely a virgin, and she loves everything around her. If anyone deserves a name that means virginal beauty it is her. Caitlin uses no makeup and wears little jewelry, but she still seems to shine through and make everyone else seem obsolete.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2005
It can also be pronounced as 'Coit-LEEN' or 'COIT-lin'.
-- Anonymous User  12/31/2005
Caitlin is a lovely name. I love the way it looks on the page, I love the way it sounds when you say it. I think it sounds better than Katherine, and is less common than Katherine too.
-- hana  1/27/2006
Francine Pascal once penned a boring novel series by the name of Caitlin. I'm afraid the Caitlin in question was anything but innocent.
-- lindamaree  3/9/2006
I don’t see why people are always saying “Oh it’s too popular, don’t name your child this name!” So it’s popular, who cares? Anyway about Caitlin, I'm not a fan of this name, more so the spelling.
-- Anonymous User  12/9/2006
I've also seen this name pronounced "Kath-leen".
-- ragexprincess  1/21/2007
Also Scottish, in Scottish Gaelic it is pronounced kahsh-LEEN.
-- earthnut  7/24/2007
My name is Caitlin and I love it. I used to hate the fact that it was not popular enough for one of those name fridge magnets when I was little, but now that it has become more popular it feels odd. I also hate the multitude of different spellings that have now sprung up, such as Katelynn, Caitlyn or Kaytelin, presumably made up by people who liked the sound of the name but did not know how to spell it; either that or they were trying to be Kre8if. Anyhow, I thank my father for choosing my name.
-- Anonymous User  1/18/2008
This name is the diminutive of Cáit or Cáitríona.
-- Anonymous User  4/8/2009
The Irish version of "Katie".
-- gaelruadh19  1/5/2011
I would just like to say that I have this name, it is a good name. I heard that it means pure beauty in the old Irish language... not sure if there is any truth to this , but I sure hope so. I hope it doesn't mean purely ugly.
-- sublimeluv86cait  2/4/2011

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