Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Karin"

People with the first name "Karin"

Karin A. Olson Karin Aartsen Karin Ahlstedt Karin Anastasi Karin Andresen Karin Arlt Karin Barger Vocino Karin Beers Karin Bohnenblust Karin Borner Karin Bornschein Karin Bronnenberg Karin Damon Karin Dedmon Karin Dieter-Weigert Karin Dudziak Karin Ehliger Karin Enge Karin Erasmus Karin Fehrenbach Karin Ferri Karin Filip Karin Fohring Karin Franck Karin Frühauf Karin Funke-Rapp Karin Gmeiner Karin Gottschalk Karin Grosser Karin Grünfelder Karin Guse Karin H. von Giese Karin Hartley Karin Hastenrath Karin Hertel Karin Herter Karin Herwig Karin Hjalmarson Karin Hopkins-Johnson Karin Houben Karin Huiskens Karin J Opacich Karin Janzen Karin Jelinek Karin Juilfs Karin Kameko Karin Ketels Karin Kinateder Karin Kirschner Karin Klingel Karin Konietzko Karin Krottenberger Karin Kullberg Karin Kun Karin Lans Karin Lea Karin Liebetanz Karin Lisci Karin Loomis Karin Mathiasen Karin Nachtigall Karin Nauta Karin Nel-Geldenhuys Karin Norman Karin Oberlechner Karin Offermann Karin Oliveira Karin Portmann Karin Psarras Karin Rabsch Karin Reinman Karin Rietbroek Karin Roller Karin Ruland Karin S. Kelling Karin Sabin Karin Schamburek Karin Schmider Karin Seltenhofer Karin Sidgman Matthei Karin Siegenthaler Karin Stam Karin Sundin Karin Tamboer Karin Taubert Karin Taute Karin Tenuta Karin Thamm Karin Theobald Karin Tresselt-Mack Karin Veber Karin Vila Karin Weckx Karin Wegel Karin Weilenmann Karin Wermuth Karin Zeisler Karin de Haas Karin de Jonge Karin van de Broek

Information about "Karin"

Name-day: 24.3.

For this Karin there are 25347 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 269.

During the last seven days Karin was searched for 10 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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