What does Ekaterina mean?
Ekaterina [eka-te-ri-na] as a girls' name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Ekaterina is "pure". Slavic variant of Catherine. Also possibly from Hecate, the name of the Greek goddess of magic. Also possibly derived from the Greek word katatein˘ meaning "torture". Saint Aikaterine of Alexandria was born a pagan but died a Christian martyr. Olympic figure skater Ekaterina Gordeeva.
Ekaterina has 1 variant: Yekaterina.
Affiliated girl name: Katherine.Kreatif forms:
(female) Ekaterida, Ekaterien, ..
(male) Ekaterien, Ekaterine, ..
How popular is Ekaterina?
Ekaterina is a rare first name for women. Ekaterina is also a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its variant form and related girl names. Below is a graphed study of the statistics of Ekaterina and related names. Catarina, Catherine (#179 via latest list), Catrina, Katarina (#1349), Katerina (#1158), Katherina, Katherine (#84) and Katrina (#1167) are the popular alternative forms of Ekaterina (not ranked). Other variants, like Catherina, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Ekaterina was well-received in 1991 (adoption of 1.3%) and is now much lower (adoption 0.4%, 68.1% less). (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Recommended names are Asterina, Battina, Caparina, Caprina, Carina▼, Carrina, Catalina▲, Catharina, Cathelina, Catlina, Catreina, Catryna, Cherina, Earldina (see Earla), Earlina, Egbertina, Egelina, Elaina▲, Elbertina (see Alberta), Elesteria, Ellmeria, Elmeeria (see Almera), Emelina, Enedina, Erina, Estera, Evalina, Evangelina, Ewangelina, Ewelina, Gavrina, Kareina, Karrina, Katalina▲, Katena, Kathelina, Kathrina, Kathrinna, Katina▼, Katreina, Katryna, Ketrina, Lareina, Larina, Latina, Laurina, Laverna, Madelina, Marina▼, Matrena, Matrina, Matriona, Matryna, Natalina, Nerina, Pamelina, Patrina, Peterina, Petrina, Pierina, Raelina, Sabrina▼, Serina, Sharina, Sherina, Taurina, Valeriana, Varina, Viktorina, Waltrina, Yarina, Yerina, Zabrina, Zakelina and Zlatina. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ekaterina.See names in meaning and etymology.