Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Karin"

People with the first name "Karin"

Karin Ahlmeyer Karin Ang Karin Arendt-Zschoche Karin Avital Karin Barth-Lueck Karin Beissel-Miller Karin Berger-Sturm Karin Beth Karin Blake Karin Bogle Karin Bok-Fortuin Karin Bouma Karin Bowler Karin Brechbühl Karin Croft Karin Dael-Zegstroo Karin Dalal Karin Dillner Karin Duchesne Karin Ekdahl Karin Elmer Karin Farmer Karin Fosse Karin Gaßner-Guendouz Karin Gilje Karin Giudici Karin Glisell Karin Grasser Karin Haney Karin Hazard Karin Heidemann-Thien Karin Hientz Karin Hoitsch Karin Hradec Karin Høyer Karin Hüppe Karin Ilis Karin Jonkers Karin Kaempffer Karin Kast Karin Kjær-Madsen Karin Klimek Karin Kretschmann Karin Krohn Karin Lake Karin Lange-Puttfarcken Karin Laura Karin Leunen Karin Lipp Karin Ludvigsson Karin M. Jansson Karin Martini Karin McKenzie Karin Meier-to-Krax Karin Melson Karin Meyer-Wölke Karin Migliorini Karin Morf Karin Morgenthaler Karin Moritz Karin Nadia Karin Nef Karin Neyer Karin Nicolas Karin Nordengen Karin Olofsdotter Karin Oyarzo Karin Paauwe Karin Palacios Karin Pithard-Wenzel Karin Porst Karin Poth Karin Pretterhofer Karin Pronk Karin Rabanser Karin Reger Karin Rehman Karin Reitmayer Karin Schir Karin Schoenenberger Karin Selter Karin Shelton Karin Stefan-Siegmund Karin Tammik Karin Torbjørnsen Karin Traxler Karin Ugowski Karin Vogler Karin Wicke Karin Witschi Karin Wüllner Karin Zöller-Bach Karin de Mote Karin de los Casares Karin de-G Karin di Martino Karin van Thoor Karin van der Heijden Karin van der Pal Karin von Garnier

Information about "Karin"

Name-day: 24.3.

For this Karin there are 190 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 285.

During the last seven days Karin was searched for 16 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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