Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Karin"

People with the first name "Karin"

Karin Acquaviva Karin Amato Karin Appold Karin Bakketun Karin Benz-Dorigo Karin Bettley Karin Boo Karin Borgerding Karin Botta Karin Brauner Karin Breitbach Karin Brenig Karin Bruhnsen Karin Bögel Karin Catanese Karin Chatfield Karin Chmura Karin Cobb Karin Crofts Karin Csik Karin Desai Karin Dijk Karin Donnerbauer Karin Dorr Karin Ebus Karin Erikstad Karin Fahl Karin Feilen Karin Fihl-Jensen Karin Freiberg Karin Geurts Karin Gribble Karin Grim Karin Grüneberg-Eiser Karin Grüttner-Böhme Karin Hammes Karin Hare Karin Hartviksen Karin Haugrud Karin Hirsch-Gerdes Karin Hobi Karin Hoffmann-Lascheit Karin Honsberg-Antonioli Karin Jessen Karin Jochum Karin Johanson Karin Juul Karin Kammerlander Karin Klare Karin Klützke Karin Koenig-Salama Karin Küstner Karin L. Ricciardelli Karin Leeder Karin Leira Karin Linnerud Karin Lucas-Wilson Karin M. Lohse Karin M. Rubel Karin Malsan Karin Marcattilio Karin Mercado Karin Michelle Karin Mittelstaedt Karin Mächler Karin Neumann-Arnoldi Karin Nordaune Karin Obrien Karin Pucher Karin Rabi Karin Redinger Karin Ringler Karin Robertson-Bullock Karin Rosenow Karin Rudd Karin Rudebeck Karin Scheel Karin Schlichte Karin Schrijvers Karin Sekulin Karin Semeijn Karin Sienknecht Karin Sitzwohl Karin Skrede Karin Souslin Karin Spencer Karin Stampfli Karin Struijk Karin Teubel Karin United Karin Vd Karin Vermulst Karin Wammack Karin Wampach Karin Weber-Wicki Karin Willmer Karin Wincott Karin Zakarian Karin da Igual Karin van Rij

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'

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