Comments for the name Ekaterina


Comments for EKATERINA:

The only thing bad about this name is that the spelling makes me want to pronounce it like "EE-Katerina".
-- Anonymous User  9/15/2005
Ekaterina is the title of the first book of the Heirs of Anton series by Susan K. Downs and Susan May Warren.
-- Anonymous User  9/19/2005
A nice name but too long to say when you're in a hurry.
-- Anonymous User  12/6/2005
Even though the English spelling spells it Ekaterina, according to the Russian script it is pronounced yeh-kat-er-EE-nah.
-- Arieanne  3/5/2006
I knew a girl named Ekaterini, with an I at the end.
-- Anonymous User  12/17/2006
I adore this name. I like it much better than Katherine and it has a great nickname "Katya" to go with it!
-- YMPvt  2/25/2007
Ekaterina Gordeeva is a famous figure skater, she's extremely talented and beautiful. Her nickname for Ekaterina is Katia which I think is so cute! It's a very beautiful name that you don't hear all that often in America.
-- Anonymous User  9/17/2009
One of my school friends' little sister's name is Ekaterine and her nickname is E-kat. I think that's so unique and cute and a welcome change from all the deviations on Kate/Katie.
-- Lily_le_Fae  11/18/2009
I love this name. Much better than the overused Katherines, Katelyns, and Katies that top the charts.
-- Dawson  11/13/2010
Ekaterina is also a branch from the book series "39 CLUES", formed by Katherine Cahill.
-- Anonymous User  6/11/2011
Ekaterina (1788-1819) was one of the daughters of Emperor Paul I of Russia and his wife Sophie.
-- CarolinW  6/12/2012
Ekaterina (1658-1723) was the daughter of Tsar Alexei I of Russia and his wife Maria.
-- CarolinW  7/16/2012
Ekaterina (1691-1733) was the daughter of Tsar Ivan V of Russia and his wife Praskovia.
-- CarolinW  7/16/2012
Ekaterina (1707-1708) was the daughter of Tsar Peter I of Russia (Peter the Great) and his second wife Ekaterina.
-- CarolinW  7/16/2012
Joseph Stalen's wife.
-- SEC908  10/7/2012
Not a bearer of the name per se, but there is a Russian folk song entitled Katyusha, which is a diminutive from of Ekaterina.
-- TomMH2  12/5/2012
In Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina", Kitty's full name is Ekaterina.
-- ndabezitha  5/29/2014
It's Russian so it's pronounced Yek-ah-tye-REE-nah.
-- Anonymous User  4/28/2015

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