A traditional female name having variations in many languages and used since the third century A.D., Catherine is a timeless name that has been the moniker for saints and royalty alike. It’s twin sister “Katherine” has been more popular in recent years, but Catherine with a C has a more vintage and romantic feel to it.
- greek: Pure, innocent
Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, Duchess of Cambridge Catherine "Kate" Middleton, Russian Empress Catherine the Great, French actress Catherine Deneuve
Daughter of Martin Scorsese, Daughter of Cheryl Hines