Meaning Of The Name Katja | Baby Names | Kidadl


Discover the origin, meaning and pronunciation of the name Katja.

The meaning of Katja is 'pure' and is derived from Russian origin. Instead of pronouncing the 'j’ it is pronounced as a ‘y' in Kat-jia. It comes from the names Katherine or Catherine, which are derived from the word 'yekaterina' meaning the same. There was a saint known as Aikaterine in Greece who was martyred in Alexandria. The name is seen as an indication of innocence and purity. It refers to a person who behaves in a morally good way. They are the people who don’t have malice towards others. These people have a pure heart and are hence reliable and also trustworthy. Even their beauty is pure and angel-like. This name was famously borne by Katja Andy who was a German-American classical pianist and piano professor. Katherine, Catherine, Yekaterina and Aikaterine are variations of this name.


Katja is most often associated with the gender: female.

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K-A-T-J-A , is a 5-letter female given name.

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