What does Cati mean?
Cati [cati] as a name for girls is a Greek name, and the meaning of the name Cati is "pure". Cati is an alternate spelling of Catherine (Greek): from katharos. Cati is also a variant of Katherine (Greek).
60 more relations via Catherine, Katherine: Cadi, Cait, Caitlin▼, Caitria, Caitrin, Caren, Cari▼, Carin, Caron, Carri, Carrin, Caryn▼, Cass, Cassi, Cassie▼, Cassy, Cat, Catalin, Cate, Cath, Catha, Cathe, Cathee, Cathi, Cathie, Cathy▼, Cathye, Catia, Catina▼, Catlina, Catrice, Catrin, Catrina▼, Catrine, Cay, Caye, Cazzy, Kait, Kari▼, Karin▼, Karri, Kas, Kasia, Kass, Kassi, Kat, Kate, Katha, Kathi▼, Kathie▼, Kathy▼, Katia, Katica, Katina▼, Katka, Katla, Katria, Kay▼, Kaye▼ and Kit.Creative forms:
(female) Cata, Ceti, ..
(male) Cater, Catus, .. Middle name pairings:
Cati Izabel (C.I.), ..
How popular is Cati?
Cati is an uncommon given name for women. Cati is also a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Cati (unlisted) appearing in the Top 2000 are Caitlin (#609 last year), Caren, Cari, Carin, Caron, Carri, Caryn, Cassi, Cassie (#1264), Cassy, Cate, Catherine (#179), Cathi, Cathie, Cathy, Catina, Catrina, Kari (#1817), Karin, Karri, Kassi, Kate (#222), Katey, Katherine (#84), Kathi, Kathie, Kathy (#1676), Kati, Katia (#1869), Katie (#309), Katina, Katy (#1547), Katya, Kay, Kaye, Kit, Kittie and Kitty. Adoption of these relations of Cati was well-received during the years 1950-1959 (usage of 2.55%) and has become significantly diminished since (usage 0.59%, ▼76.9%). (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Cati is alike in pronunciation to Caiti, Catee and Katiya. Other suggested similar names are Asti, Atti, Caci, Cacia, Cacie, Cacy, Cade, Cadie, Cady, Cai, Cain, Caisi, Cal, Cala, Cali▲, Calie, Calin, Calli, Cam, Cama, Cami, Camia, Cammi, Candi, Capri, Cara▼, Carie, Caris, Carli, Carmi, Caro, Cary, Cas, Casi, Casia, Casie, Casy, Cathia, Catlin, Cayci (see Casey), Caysi, Cazzi, Ceri, Chani, Chari, Cici, Cili, Ciri, Clari, Codi, Cori, Cytia (see Cynthia), Etti, Marti, Matti, Neti, Patti▼ and Tati. These names tend to be more commonly used than Cati.See names in meaning and etymology.