What does Caitriona mean?
Caitriona [caitri-ona] as a name for girls is a Greek name, and the meaning of the name Caitriona is "pure". Caitriona is a version of Catherine (Greek): from katharos. Caitriona is also a form of Catriona (Gaelic, Greek). Caitriona is also used as a form of Katherine (Greek).
Caitriona has 19 variants: Caitrionagh, Catreena, Catreina, Catrenia, Catrina▼, Catrinia, Catrionagh, Catroina, Catryna, Kaitrinna, Kaitriona, Kaitrionaugh, Katrena, Katriana, Katrina▼, Katriona, Katrionagh, Katrionaugh and Katryna.
Caitriona has 16 more relations via Catherine, Catriona, Katherine: Caitlin▼, Caitlinn, Caitria, Caitrin, Caitrine, Caitrinn, Catarina, Caterina, Catina▼, Catlina, Catricia, Catrin, Catrine, Kaitrin, Kaitrine and Kaitrinn.Creative forms:
(female) Caitrina, Chitriona, ..
(male) Caitricha, Caitrino, .. Middle name pairings:
Caitriona Essence (C.E.), ..
How popular is Caitriona?
Caitriona is a rare first name for women. Caitriona is an equally unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular varying forms of Caitriona (not ranked) listed in the Top 2000 are Katherine (#84 in recent rankings), Catherine (#179), Caitlin (#609), Katrina (#1167), Katrena, Catrina, Catarina, Catina and Catriona. Other variants, like Kaitrionaugh, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Caitriona reached its apex in the year 1991 (median #1030) and is now much reduced (#1337, 74.6% less usage), with forms like Catrina falling out of fashion. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Caitriona is pronounced similarly to Kaitrina and Kaitrona. Other recommended names are Alastriona, Caparina, Capriana, Caprina, Cariana, Carina▼, Carinna, Carrina, Catarine, Caterine, Catharina, Catherina, Cathrine▼, Cathrinn (see Catherine), Catreen, Cedriana, Cedrina, Chiarina, Chipriana (see Cipriana), Cipriana, Cristiona, Matrina, Matriona, Meiriona, Patrina and Waltrina. These names tend to be more commonly used than Caitriona.See names in meaning and etymology.