Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Karin"

People with the first name "Karin"

Karin Aamot Karin Becker-Henrich Karin Boram Karin Breijer Karin Bruner Karin Buhse Karin Cantone Karin Cominos Karin Cooke Karin Coolidge Karin Deuschle Karin Dino Karin Duchene Karin Durand Karin Edelstein Karin Edmark Karin Ekhart Karin Ettrich Karin Febbrini Karin Ferrell Karin Fisch-Liebholz Karin Fluche-Karinfluche. Karin Freddy Karin Fritsche Karin Gabriel-Rossmoeller Karin Gaugler Karin Gehrig-Landolt Karin Gies Karin Glawe Karin Goddard Karin Goldstein Karin Grätz Karin Hangartner Karin Hansing Karin Harlin Karin Hauffe Karin Heidenstecker-Menke Karin Henry Karin Hodges Karin Hoekveen Karin Høgh Karin Hütter Karin Ida Karin Jampert Karin Jester Karin Kennard Karin Kibar Karin Kingma Karin Kittilsen Karin Knauf Karin Kroesen Karin Kuger-Meyer Karin Kuhfeldt Karin Kupferschmid Karin Kutzner Karin Köpke Karin L. Nicely Karin Ladwig Karin Lease Karin Lexberg Karin Liabø Karin Lind-Moernesten Karin Lossow-Düring Karin Lowson Karin Lucks Karin Machold Karin Marrer Karin Meyer-Wendecker Karin Neeb Karin Pabel Karin Pedi Karin Pinedo-Cholan Karin Raß Karin Reid Karin Schaaf Karin Schalda-Junk Karin Schallenberg Karin Schotanus Karin Silbert Karin Smeenk Karin Sommerfeldt Karin Speelman Karin Stauch Karin Stollberg Karin Struck Karin Ström-Olsen Karin Tartler Karin Thyberg Karin Tirosh Karin Vitale Karin Vondeling Karin Walowinski Karin Weiseth Karin Wiedeman Karin Wikström Karin van Dijk Karin van Veen-Mathu Karin van den Eijnden Karin Årseth Karin Øyen

Information about "Karin"

Name-day: 24.3.

For this Karin there are 23310 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Karin are: Apel, Bartimole, Bell

In the ranking of the most common first names Karin is on position 287.

During the last seven days Karin was searched for 11 times.

Meaning of "Karin"

Female first name (German, Scandinavian, Finnish); (?) Karin the pure, ancient Greek (Word format); carus = dear, expensive (Latin); katharos = pure; became independent Scandinavian development of 'Katharina', is often taken in conjunction to Latin 'carus' (dear, expensive) because of the similarity of the words nordic version of 'Katharina', the pure one - derives from Greek 'katharsis'

(Sent from: vikarini)

Important people: Today - Overview / Names: Today - Overview