Other Origin(s):Greek
Meaning:Pure, innocent
Help keep baby’s conscience clear with Yekaterin, a feminine Russian name with classical Greek origins. A form of the well-known Katherine, Yekaterin comes from the ancient appellation Aikaterī́nē, meaning “pure” and “innocent.” Also spelled as Ekaterin and often sporting a lyrical “-a” ending, Yekaterin stands out for its eye-catching “y” spelling with a clean and concise finish. Popular in the Christian faith, Yekaterin embodies favorable qualities that may inspire baby to walk a faithful path.

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