Meaning : Pure, Of Old Greek origin meaning 'pure' a variant of the English Katherine.,
Pronunciation : (CA-tree-a),
Used : Derived from the Dutch and German Katrine, a variant form of Katherine (pure, unsullied).,
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Numerology information Catrina:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Additional information Catrina:
Portuguese Meaning: The name Catrina is a Portuguese baby name. In Portuguese the meaning of the name Catrina is: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
American Meaning: The name Catrina is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name Catrina is: Form of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
Variant of CATRIONA
Definition funny of Catrina:
shes a smexy gerll aaand you'll have mad fun wif her she shall say funnay thangs that make you pee anddd she doesnt know anything?! hhahah idk im jk-ing shes hot though. so ask hur otu!? hahha idk. you will love her, kkkkkk. noooow go call hur
catrina is a fun gerl
Someone who is known to have a lot of money and referred to as 'cheen gum lui' all the time. They normally have more than one room and comes from a very rich background.
A: Who is that girl? She looks so rich. Too bad she fails at Big2 B: She sounds like a Catrina to me
Expression information Catrina:
People with this name tend to be creative and excellent at expressing themselves. They are drawn to the arts, and often enjoy life immensely. They are often the center of attention, and enjoy careers that put them in the limelight. They tend to become involved in many different activities, and are sometimes reckless with both their energies and with money.
Soul information Catrina:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.
Songs about Catrina:
La Catrina by Fito Olivares Y Su Grupo from the Album 15 Exitos Originales
La Loba Catrina by Vaquero's Musical from the Album Hablando Claro
Popurri: La Catrina /Chiquilla Carinosa / El Parrandero by La Zenda Norteña from the Album Irremplazable
If You Like What You See [feat. Catrina Powell] by Jesse Powell from the Album Jesse Powell
Pombinhas da Catrina by Dino Lingo from the Album European Portuguese Children's Songs
La Catrina by Fito Olivares Y Su Grupo from the Album La Negra Catalina
As pombinhas da Cat'rina by Paul Mindy and Jean-Christophe Hoarau Traditional from the Album Comptines et chansons du Papagaio - le Brésil et le Portugal en 30 comptines
Books about Catrina:
La Catrina Video Workbook (Spanish Edition) by Addison Wesley (Jan 7, 1997)
La Catrina el Ultimo Secreto, Video Workbook by Addison Wesley (Jun 25, 1998)
La Catrina: La novela by Addison Wesley (Mar 12, 1997)
La Catrina: Realidades Video Workbook, Level 2, Teacher's Annotated Edition (Spanish Edition) (Jan 7, 1997)
Mirror Image: A Catrina Flaherty Mystery by Pendelton C. Wallace (Jul 13, 2014)
Day of the Dead Tattoo Artwork Collection: Skulls, Catrinas and Culture of the Dead by Edgar Hoill (Sep 13, 2013)
Catrina in Space by Michael Atkinson (Mar 10, 2012)
Movies about Catrina:
My Little Pony: Escape From Catrina And Other Adventures 2014 G - Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins Starring: Bettina Bush Directed by: Warren Batchelder
La Catrina: El Ultimo Secreto Set 1998 -
Catrina Posada and the Big Stone 2008 - Runtime: 18 mins Starring: Jesusa Rodriguez Directed by: Jose Garcia Moreno
Paso A Paso 2 La Catrina (A Tale Mystery and Adventure 1997 -
My Little Pony - Escape From Catrina - Runtime: 30 mins Starring: Brigitta Dau, Willow Johnson, et al.
La Catrina: El Ultimo Secreto: Video Preview -
Wiki information Catrina:
My granddaughter Catrina, a college student, loves her name. She is also called "Cate" and as a little girl, both "Catrina" and "Catie". She was named for her mother, Catherine.
Catie, Cate, Trina
Catrina is a variation of Catherine; it is also the simplified spelling of the Scottish name Catriona, another variant of Catherine. Catherine is the French form of Katherine, which has been associated from an early date with the Greek adjective 'katharos' meaning 'pure'.