What does Catherin mean?
Catherin has 17 variants: Catharin, Catharine▼, Catharyne, Catheren, Catherinn, Catheryn, Cathirin, Cathiryn, Katharine▼, Katharyn, Katharyne, Katherin, Katherine▼, Katheryn▼, Katherynn, Kathiryn and Kathyrine.
39 more relations via Catherine: Caitrin, Carin, Carrin, Catalin, Catarina, Catarine, Cateline, Caterina, Caterine, Cathaline, Catharina, Catharyna, Cathe, Cathee, Catheirn, Cathelin, Cathelina, Cathelle, Cathenne, Catherina, Cathern, Cathi, Cathie, Cathleen▼, Cathline, Cathrine▼, Cathrinn, Cathryn▼, Cathryne, Cathrynn, Catrin, Catrina▼, Catrine, Katerina, Kathelina, Katheline, Katherina, Kathrine▼ and Kathryn▼.Creative forms:
(male) Middle name pairings:
Catherin Yareli (C.Y.), ..
How popular is Catherin?
Catherin is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3986 out of 4276, Top 93%) but an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Carin, Catarina, Catharine, Catherine (#179 last year), Cathern, Catheryn, Cathi, Cathie, Cathleen, Cathrine, Cathryn, Catrina, Katerina (#1158), Katharine, Katharyn, Katherin, Katherina, Katherine (#84), Katheryn, Kathrine and Kathryn (#319) are the prominent alternative forms of Catherin (outside Top 2000). Usage of these forms of Catherin was at its most widespread 105 years ago (average #1207) and is now much less (#1701, ▼72.3%), with versions like Cathleen becoming less in vogue. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Catherin is pronounced similarly to Katheryne and Kathirin. Other suggested similar names are Caelin, Caitrine, Caitrinn, Cameran, Cameren, Cameri, Cameron▼, Cameryn, Camrin, Carlein, Catelan, Catelinn (see Caitlin), Catelyn, Cathia, Catlain, Catleen, Catlin, Catreen, Catreena, Catreina, Catrenia (see Catriona), Catrinia (see Catriona), Catriona, Catroina, Catryna, Cayelin, Charin, Cheri▼, Cherie▼, Cherina, Cherit, Cheron, Cytherea, Ethelin, Kamerin, Katelin▼, Kathlin, Kathrina and Katrin. These names tend to be less commonly used than Catherin.See names in meaning and etymology.