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.
Songs About Katja
Katja, die Tänzerin: Älskling, kom följ mig