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What does Katrionagh mean?

Katrionagh Pronunciation of Katrionagh [ka-tri-on-agh] as a name for girls has its root in Greek, and Katrionagh means "pure". Katrionagh is a version, with the suffix -onagh, of Katherine (Greek): from the word katharos. Katrionagh is also a variant of Katrina (Greek).

Associated with: greek, pure (virgin).


Katrionagh has 22 variants: Caitriona, Caitrionagh, Catreena, Catreina, Catrina, Catriona, Catrionagh, Catryna, Kaitrina, Kaitrinna, Kaitriona, Kaitrona, Katreena, Katreina, Katrena, Katriana, Katriona, Katryna, Ketreina, Ketrina, Ketryna and Kotryna.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Kitrionagh, ..

(male) Katrionaro, ..

How popular is Katrionagh?

Katrionagh is an unusual first name for women. Katrionagh is an uncommon last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source forms and related girl names. Popular alternative forms of Katrionagh (unlisted) are Catrina, Catriona, Katherine (#84 in 2015), Katrena and Katrina (#1167). Other forms, like Ketrina, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Katrionagh was well-received among parents 2 decades ago (average #1029) and is now significantly lower (#1450, down 73%), with forms such as Katherine becoming less stylish. Below is a charted study of the statistics of the girl name Katrionagh and related names. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Catrina, Katherine, Katrena, Katrina in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Catriona, Katherine, Katrina outside U.S.

Similar Names

Katrionagh is alike in pronunciation to Kaitrionaugh and Katrionaugh. Other suggested similar names are Kailagh, Kaitrin, Kaitrine, Kaitrinn (see Katherine), Karenah, Kariana, Karimah, Karina, Karinna, Karrina, Katarina, Katerina, Katerinka, Katherina, Kathrina, Kathrine, Kathrinna, Katina, Katria, Katriane, Katrien, Katrin, Katrine, Katrisa, Kavanagh, Kionah, Kotrijna, Matrina, Matriona, Patrina, Rionagh and Shionagh. These names tend to be more frequently used than Katrionagh.

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