Of Italian origin, the meaning of Katarina is 'pure'. The name is also of Czech origin, where it has the same meaning. Katarina is a variant of the name Katherine, which is derived from the Greek names Ekaterina and Aikaterine, both also meaning 'pure'. In the early Christian era, the name was also associated with Katharos, which has the same meaning. Another root name of Katarina is the Greek name Hekaterine, a variant of Hekateros, which means 'each of the two'. Other meanings of this name are 'torture' and 'my consecration of your name', originating from the Greek root word 'aikia'. Katarina is pronounced as 'ka-ta-REE-na' and additional variants of this name include Cathrine, Catrine, Katrin, Katrina, Catharina, and Katharina. In popular culture, the name is associated with a character named Katarina in 'Doctor Who'.
Songs About Katarina
Prazan Grad (feat. Katarina)
Sto života (feat. Katarina Grujo)