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ˈkæθ ər ɪn, ˈkæθ rɪnCather·ine
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Catherine of Aragon, Catherinenoun
first wife of Henry VIII; Henry VIII's divorce from her was the initial step of the Reformation in England (1485-1536)
Catherine II, Catherine, Catherine the Greatnoun
empress of Russia who greatly increased the territory of the empire (1729-1796)
A female given name from Ancient Greek.
- - - despite of what you say of my fine name, I think my head is so obstinate and inflexible that the name Catherine was well chosen. It suits my character. I was given the name by the late Empress Elisabeth, to whom I owe much; she gave it to me out of affection and out of respect for her mother
Etymology: From French Catherine, from Ancient Greek Αἰκατερίνη (Aikaterínē), *Ἑκατερίνη (*Hekaterínē), of debated meaning, possibly from ἑκάτερος (hekáteros, " each of the two"), or from the name of the goddess Hecate. The spelling with 'th' in Latin languages, German and English, is due to a folk etymology, dating from Roman times, which associated the name with the Ancient Greek καθαρός (katharós, " pure"). The name belonged to a 4th-century saint and martyr from Alexandria who was supposedly tortured on the wheel.
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The numerical value of Catherine in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Catherine in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Catherine Greig has yet again failed to do the right thing, her refusal to testify has hindered the FBI's efforts to seek justice for the victims of (Bulger's) crimes.
Was Secretary Clinton awake or asleep when four Americans were being murdered? We don't know to this day, we do know Hillary told her daughter Chelsea, 'Well gosh, I knew it was a terrorist attack,' while we were out telling the American people it wasn't. You know, I'll tell you, in my house, if my daughter Catherine, the 5-year-old, says something she knows to be false, she gets a spanking.
If you want to learn to act and dress like a lady the one person to watch is Princess Catherine (Kate Middleton). She is a class act from start to finish.
Catherine Cortez Masto's obviously taking a look at her, I think that is good.
He's a little monkey. But it's fantastic having a little family. I'm so thrilled. Catherine has been doing an amazing job as a mother and I'm very proud of her.
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