Also occasionally used in Slovene:
Ekaterina Starshova was born on October 28, 2001 in Moscow, Russia as Ekaterina Igorevna Starshova. She is an actress, known for Chernaya Molniya, Papiny dochki and Big Difference.
Russian nicknames for Ekaterina:

Katya, Katechka, Katyusha, Katyona, Katenka, Katyunya.
So beautiful. It's like it was pulled right out of a fairytale. It's absolutely perfect. It has so many beautiful nicknames to go with it. That just makes it all the better.
A lot of people think it's overly elaborate but I think it's one of the prettiest names ever.
In Russia it's Ye-kah-tye-REENA in America Eh-Kat-er-EENA.
It's Russian so it's pronounced Yek-ah-tye-REE-nah.
In Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina", Kitty's full name is Ekaterina.
Not a bearer of the name per se, but there is a Russian folk song entitled Katyusha, which is a diminutive from of Ekaterina.
Joseph Stalen's wife.
Ekaterina (1707-1708) was the daughter of Tsar Peter I of Russia (Peter the Great) and his second wife Ekaterina.
Ekaterina (1691-1733) was the daughter of Tsar Ivan V of Russia and his wife Praskovia.
Ekaterina (1658-1723) was the daughter of Tsar Alexei I of Russia and his wife Maria.
Ekaterina (1788-1819) was one of the daughters of Emperor Paul I of Russia and his wife Sophie.
Ekaterina is also a branch from the book series "39 CLUES", formed by Katherine Cahill.
I love this name. Much better than the overused Katherines, Katelyns, and Katies that top the charts.
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.
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.
I adore this name. I like it much better than Katherine and it has a great nickname "Katya" to go with it!
I knew a girl named Ekaterini, with an I at the end.
Even though the English spelling spells it Ekaterina, according to the Russian script it is pronounced yeh-kat-er-EE-nah.
A nice name but too long to say when you're in a hurry.
Ekaterina is the title of the first book of the Heirs of Anton series by Susan K. Downs and Susan May Warren.
The only thing bad about this name is that the spelling makes me want to pronounce it like "EE-Katerina".

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