Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Karin"

People with the first name "Karin"

Karin Baier Karin Bajlo Karin Bergman Karin Berkenbosch Karin Bernet Karin Bähler Karin Bülow Karin Coelho Karin Dallinger Karin Derks Karin Dietl Karin Dost Karin Emmelmann Karin Engeloch Karin Englesson Karin Erl Karin Fleischer Karin Flottmann Karin Fourie Karin Gerlach Karin Glaubitz Karin Groeneveld Karin Günter Karin Harkebusch Karin Hendrikx Karin Herting Karin Hewitt Karin Horner Karin Häfliger Karin Jaekel Karin Johnson-Whitaker Karin Jongman Karin Kahl Karin Karen Karin Kornfehl Karin Kramer-Frenken Karin Kranenburg Karin Kreis Karin Kren Karin Kruger Karin Kuck Karin Kustavus Karin Künzler Karin L. Klein Karin Legore Karin Leonhartsberger Karin Leu Karin Lindtner Karin Lyberg Karin Maley Karin Mallok Karin Markmann Karin Mattson Karin Micheler Karin Ockhuysen Karin Offin Karin Pein Karin Pham Karin Pointner Karin Portales Karin Pruscha Karin Rauschenberger Karin Reinicke Karin Rodrigue Karin Roslee Karin Rud Karin Ruiz Karin Rüeger Karin Schalk Karin Schick-Krief Karin Sears Karin Siedler Karin Sirera-Brügger Karin Sommer-Onistschenko Karin Steinbach Karin Swoboda-Modler Karin Tailbot Karin Törnqvist Karin Ventura Karin Vilhelmsson Karin Weidner-Hegenbarth Karin Weigert Karin Werndl Karin Wiedner Karin Wiley Karin Willekens Karin Wolk Karin Wollner Karin Wortel Karin Wünsche Karin Yusim Karin Zarifi Karin Zellner Karin Zikeli Karin Zoller Karin van Oevelen Karin van Overberghe Karin van den Born Karin van der Hulst Karin von Mallinckrodt

Information about "Karin"

Name-day: 24.3.

For this Karin there are 25714 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 31 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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