Gender of Ekaterina.
Ekaterina is a name usually given to girls.
Even though Ekaterina is female, why is it sometimes used for boys? Often a name is taken from a neutral concept with no implied gender. Sometimes the name can be derived from two different sources, one male and one female. Names sometimes change gender over time!
Meanings of the name Ekaterina.
The following meaning is associated with the name Ekaterina:
Origins of Ekaterina.
One origin of Ekaterina is Bulgarian.
The origin of names associated with Ekaterina is Russian.
Names related to Ekaterina.
Names with the same meaning as Ekaterina are: Agnese, Aigneis, Amal, Amala, Anezka, Aqdas, Azra, Bronwen, Bronwyn, Cade, Cadee, Caitie, Caitir, Caitlan, Caitland, Caitlinn, Caitlyn, Caitlynn, Caitrin, Caitriona, Candace, Candida, Candide, Carey, Cary, Casta, Catalin, Catalina, Cate, Cateline, Catelyn, Caterina, Catharine, Catherine, Cathi, Cathia, Cathie, Cathleen, Cathryn, Cathy, Catlee, Catlin, Catline, Catlyn, Catrin, Catriona, Cattee, Elina, Finty, Galahad, Ina, Inessa, Jie, Kaatje, Kaelah, Kaelee, Kaeleigh, Kaelene, Kaeley, Kaeli, Kaelie, Kaelyn, Kaelynn, Kaethe, Kaila, Kailan, Kailee, Kailene, Kailin, Kailyn, Kailynne, Kaitlan, Kaitleen, Kaitlin, Kaitlyn, Kaitlynn, Kalan, Kalee, Kalyn, Kalynn, Karan, Karen, Karin, Karon, Karren, Karrin, Karyn, Kasen, Kassia, Katalin, Katarina, Kate, Katelin, Kateline, Katelinn, Katen, Katerina, Katharine, Katherina, Katherine, Katheryn, Kathie, Kathleen, Kathleena, Kathlene, Kathlynn, Kathrine, Kathryn, Kathrynn, Kathy, Katia, Katie, Katilyn, Katina, Katja, Katlin, Katlyn, Katlynn, Katlynne, Katoka, Katriane, Katrien, Katrina, Katy, Kayana, Kayanna, Kaye, Kayiyn, Kaylah, Kaylan, Kaylea, Kaylei, Kayleigh, Kaylen, Kaylene, Kayley, Kayli, Kaylie, Kaylin, Kaylyn, Kaylynn, Kaysa, Kendis, Kera, Keval, Kiska, Kitlyn, Kiyo, Kolena, Kolina, Mantreh, Mariatu, Nachton, Nakia, Naughton, Nechtan, Nessia, Neysa, Niesha, Nirmal, Pavithra, Puneet, Punita, Pura, Pureza, Purisima, Rayna, Safiya, Sterlyn, Stirling, Taegan, Tahirah, Tahu, Trind, Triona, Tryne, Vanisha, Vimal, Vimala, Virginia, Wyn, Yu Jie, Zacchaeus, Zaki, Zubair, Phebe and Zaccheus.
Lucky numbers for Ekaterina.
The numerological number for the name Ekaterina is 8.
Some two digit lucky numbers for Ekaterina are: 17 26 35 44 53 62 71 80 89 98.
What does this mean? If you believe in numbers having mystical powers, it could be something very important. You could look for a spouse with the same numerological number and choose your house or the date of an important even based on it. For most of us it is just a bit of fun. See if you have the same numerological number as any special person in your life.
How do you work out your numerological number? You use a special alphabet which gives a value to each of letters and then add the values of the letters in your name. You can see excactly how we calculated eight as the lucky number for Ekaterina here: Calculating lucky numbers for Ekaterina.
Name Days for Ekaterina.
Name days are different in different countries and for different religions. They are often the memorial date of a saint who has the same name.
Often there are many saints with they same name, so you have a wide choice of name days!
A name day for Ekaterina is:
- November 24 (Bulgaria).
There are three Dancers called Ekaterina.
- Ekaterina Maximova
Ekaterina Sergeevna Maximova (; 1 February 1939 – 28 April 2009) was a Soviet and Russian ballerina of international renown.... ( from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Maximova)
- Ekaterina Sankovskaya
Ekaterina Sankovskaya (1816, Moscow - 28 August 1878, Moscow) was a Russian dancer who graduated from the Moscow Bolshoi Ballet School in 1836. Revered for her celebrated performances in the title roles of such works as Giselle and La Esmeralda, Sankovskaya was among the most admired ballerinas of her time in Moscow.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Sankovskaya)
- Ekaterina Vazem
Ekaterina Vazem (born 25 January 1848, Moscow — died 14 December 1937, Leningrad) was a Russian prima ballerina. She was made famous for first dancing the role of Nikiya in 1877 Marius Petipa's ballet, La Bayadère.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Vazem)
There are two Actors called Ekaterina.
- Ekaterina Semenova
Ekaterina Semenova, (1780-1849), was a Russian actress.... ( from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Semenova)
- Ekaterina Klimova
Ekaterina Klimova is an Actor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Klimova)
There are two Skiers called Ekaterina.
- Ekaterina Ivanova (biathlete)
Ekaterina Ivanova (born September 3, 1977 in Novosibirsk) is a Belarusian biathlete.... ( from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Ivanova (biathlete))
- Ekaterina Rudakova
Ekaterina Rudakova (born January 23, 1984) is a Belarusian cross country skier who has competed since 2003. Competing in two Winter Olympics, she earned her best finish of 11th in the 4 x 5 km relay at Vancouver in 2010 while earning her best individual finish of 49th in the 7.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Rudakova)
There are two Writers called Ekaterina.
- Ekaterina Karabasheva
Ekaterina Karabasheva was born on 19 August 1989 in Sofia, Bulgaria. She is a prizewinner of Children competition “Space” 1999, International Children Haiku- competition – 2003, National children literature competition “Sparkles – 2004” and of Annual competition “Without Smoke” – 2004.... ( from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Karabasheva)
- Ekaterina Sedia
Ekaterina Sedia is a Russian-born fantasy author who is currently living in the United States.Ekaterina Sedia: The Official Website.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Sedia)
There is one Figure Skater called Ekaterina.
- Ekaterina Zaikina
Ekaterina Zaikina (born May 27, 1990 in Tolyatti, Russia) is a Russian ice dancer who has also competed for Georgia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Zaikina)
There is one Olympic Medalist called Ekaterina.
- Ekaterina Anikeeva
Ekaterina Yevgenyevna Anikeeva (, born January 22, 1969 in Moscow) is a Russian water polo player, who won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics.... ( from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Anikeeva)
There is one Painter called Ekaterina.
- Ekaterina Savova-Nenova
Ekaterina Savova-Nenova (Екатерина Савова-Ненова) (1901–1980) was a Bulgarian painter, married to Ivan Nenov, and an art teacher at the Institute for Teachers of Children in Sofia, Bulgaria.Biography at Victoria art gallery, Bulgaria.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Ekaterina Savova-Nenova)