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Origin: Estonia
Region Origin: Northern Europe

Katrina is a feminine given name with its origins in Greek and Latin. It is derived from the Greek name Aikaterina and the Latin name Katherine, both of which mean "pure". Katrina is also considered the Scandinavian and German form of the name Katherine. The name has a lovely meaning, implying a gentle yet assertive demeanor that cannot be intimidated. The name Katrina has been used in various forms across different cultures and languages. Some common variants include Catriona, Cathrine, Catrine, Katarina, Kathrine, and Katrine. In fiction, Katrina has been used for notable characters in novels such as Lois Lowry's "Gathering Blue" and Christopher Paolini's "Inheritance Cycle". The name gained more attention in the US in 2005 due to the renowned Hurricane Katrina, which can be seen as a powerful and unstoppable force of nature.

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