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Katarzyna

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Pronunciation  [kataˈʐɨna]
Region of origin  Poland
Gender  female
Related names  Catherine

Katarzyna [kataˈʐɨna] is a Polish given name, equivalent to English "Catherine". Its diminutive forms include Kasia, Katarzynka, Kaśka, Kasieńka, Kasiunia, Kasiulka; augmentative – Kacha, Kachna.

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Individuals named Katarzyna may choose their name day from the following dates: February 2, February 13, March 9, March 22, March 24, April 1, April 6, April 17, April 29, April 30, May 21, September 4, September 15, November 25, or December 31.

Nobility

  • Joanna Katarzyna Radziwiłł, Polish noble lady
  • Katarzyna Barbara Radziwiłł, Polish-Lithuanian szlachcianka
  • Katarzyna Branicka, Polish noblewoman
  • Katarzyna Karolina Radziwiłł, Polish noble lady
  • Katarzyna Kostka, Polish noble lady
  • Katarzyna Lubomirska, Polish szlachcianka
  • Katarzyna Ostrogska (1560–1579), Polish noble lady
  • Katarzyna Ostrogska (1602–1642), Polish szlachcianka
  • Katarzyna Potocka, Polish noble lady
  • Katarzyna Sobieska, the sister of King of Poland Jan III Sobieski and a noble lady
  • Katarzyna Tomicka, Polish noble lady
  • Artists

  • Katarzyna Kobro, Russian sculptor of Polish descent
  • Katarzyna Kozyra, one of main Polish video artists
  • Kasia Domanska, a Polish painter
  • In other fields

  • Katarzyna Cichopek, Polish actress
  • Katarzyna Figura, Polish actress
  • Katarzyna Majchrzak, Polish high jumper
  • Katarzyna Rogowiec, Polish Paralympian
  • Katarzyna Skowrońska, Polish volleyball player
  • Katarzyna Pakosińska, member of Polish cabaret group Kabaret Moralnego Niepokoju
  • Katarzyna Dolinska, one of the contestants on America's Next Top Model, Cycle 10
  • References

    Katarzyna Wikipedia


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