Comments for the name Katerina


Comments for KATERINA:

This name is very common in orthodox Slavic states and also in Greece. It means "the immaculate one" or in Slavic "cista" or "precista".
-- alexx  4/26/2005
This is also the Bulgarian variant of "Catherine". "Katerina" is a widely spread name in Bulgaria.
-- iva_toneva  5/4/2006
It's used in Bulgaria too.
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-- Ivayla  10/19/2006
Pronounced as "Kah-TE-rzinah".
Pet forms: Katka, Katja, Kaczka, Katla, Rina.
-- Ronja  7/3/2007
This name is very common in Greece. Most popular pet forms: Ketee and Katia.
-- Anonymous User  8/18/2007
This name is so beautiful and much better than "Katherine".
-- Anonymous User  11/13/2007
This is my name and people often say how much they like it. It is pronounced Kah-te-rina. Less common than other forms of any of the Kathryn/Catherine etc. variations.
I am an Orthodox Christian and celebrate the Feast of Saint Katherine of Alexandria on the 25th of November. It is a good international name.
-- Katinkabelle  7/12/2010
This is my name, but I go by Katie. I never really liked it, but I suppose it's better than other names that were popular when I was born. I'm glad it's not really trendy and isn't as plain as Katherine-- it definitely gives it a more ethnic twist.
-- plutogirlgenius  7/24/2010
I love this name! It's so unique and sounds exotic. I think it sounds like a funloving girl and is modern and also can be classic for an older girl too.
-- adrenalinekat  12/28/2010
Katerina Petrova is the birth name of Katherine Pierce, a character from The Vampire Diaries TV series.
-- CanadianChibi  2/17/2011
Love this name! It's exotic and mysterious and also cool nickname "Kat" I love it! It's so pretty and sounds unique and rare :) would use it for my daughter.
-- adrenalinekat  6/15/2011
I love the name Katerina. It's different and unique and very pretty. The girl could go by Kate, Rina, Kathy, Katie but I think Katerina is beautiful by itself.
-- blueeyesparkle  7/24/2011
This is my friend's name and I think it is a lovely name. It's delicate yet exotic. I imagine a brunette girl with this name mainly from Eastern Europe which is its origin.
-- Anonymous User  1/2/2012
The name Katerina was given to 154 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013

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