What does Catriona mean?
Catriona \c(a)-trio-na, cat-riona\ as a girls' name is pronounced ka-TREE-na, ka-tree-OH-nah. It is of Gaelic and Greek origin. Anglicized form of the Gaelic names Catrìona (Scottish) and Caitríona (Irish), which are forms of Katherine. Catrina is the simplified version. Literary: Robert Louis Stevenson's novel "Catriona" (1893), sequel to "Kidnapped".
Catriona has 39 more related forms via Catrina, Katherine: Caitrin, Caitrine, Caitrionagh, Carin, Caron, Carrin, Carron, Catalina, Catarina, Catarine, Caterina, Catharina, Catherina, Cathrine▼, Cathrinn, Catlaina, Catreen, Catreina, Catrionagh, Catryna, Kaitrina, Kaitrinna, Kaitriona, Kaitrona, Katarina▼, Katerina, Kathrina, Kathrinna, Katina, Katreena, Katreina, Katrena, Katria, Katriana, Katriane, Katrien, Katrionagh, Katryna and Ketrina.
Catriona is an unusual first name for women. Catriona is also an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Catriona for girls. Catriona reached its highest rank of #75 in Scotland in 2001, but is not found in the list at the moment. (Top 100 Birth Names Statistics, 2013)
Katherine (#83 the previous year), Catherine (#170), Catalina (#365), Caitlin (#496), Katerina, Katina, Katrina, Katarina, Catina, Caron, Caterina, Cathrine and Catrina are the popular alternative forms of Catriona. Usage of these girl names was at its highest in 1994 (usage of 0.3228%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.2061%, down 36.1%), with the forms Katrina, Catrina, Katarina and Cathrine becoming less fashionable. Catalina (#365) and Caitlin (#496) are two of the more trendy girl names in this list, with Catalina undergoing a rekindling in popularity. Displayed below is a comparison of the popularity of Catriona and affiliated names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
A suggested similar baby name is Matriona. Like Catriona, this name is not commonly used.