Kate (given name)

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Kate
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GenderFemale
Origin
Word/nameLatin, French, English, Welsh
Meaningpure
Other names
Related namesKatherine
Katharine Catherine
Kathryn
Kathleen
Katarina
Katrina
Kait
Caitlin
Caitríona
Caterina
Cate
Catie
Cathie
Caty
Katie
Katy
Katey
Katia
Catia
Katia

Kate is a feminine given name. It is a short form of multiple feminine names, most notably Katherine but also Caitlin and others.

Translations and variations[edit]

  • Arabic: كيت
  • Belarusian: Кейт (Kiejt)
  • Bengali: কেট (Kēṭa)
  • Bulgarian: Кейт (Keĭt), Katerina
  • Chinese Simplified: 凯特 (Kǎitè)
  • Chinese Traditional: 凱特 (Kǎitè)
  • Croatian: Ina, Kata, Katica, Tina
  • Czech: Katka, Kateřina, Kačka, Káťa, Kačenka, Káča, Kačí, Kačena
  • Danish: Katja, Trine, Caja, Ina, Kaja, Karen, Karin, Karina
  • Dutch: Cato, Ina, Katinka, Katja, Rina, Tina, Trijntje, Karin, Tineke
  • English: Kat, Kathi, Kathie, Kathy, Kay, Kit, Kitty, Kae, Kaye, Katey, Katie, Katy, Kayla, Kaety, Katee, Kaylee, Kayleen, Kaylyn, Kaytie
  • Estonian: Kaisa, Kati, Riina, Triinu
  • Finnish: Kaija, Kaisa, Kata, Kati, Katri, Riina, Kaarina, Karin
  • Georgian: Eka
  • German: Cathrin, Catrin, Ina, Käthe, Kathrin, Katinka, Katja, Karen, Karin, Karina
  • Greek: Καίτη (Kaíti̱)
  • Gujarati: કેટ (Kēṭa)
  • Hawaiian: Kalena
  • Hebrew: קייט
  • Hindi: केट (Kēṭa)
  • Hungarian: Katalin, Kata, Kati, Katalinka, Kató, Kitti
  • Irish: Cáit, Ríona
  • Italian: Catia, Katia, Rina
  • Japanese: ケイト (Keito)
  • Kannada: ಕೇಟ್ (Kēṭ)
  • Korean: 케이트 (Keiteu)
  • Lithuanian: Katrė
  • Macedonian: Кејт (Kejt)
  • Marathi: केट (Kēṭa)
  • Mongolian: Кейт (Kyeit)
  • Nepali: केट (Kēṭa)
  • Norwegian: Kari, Katja, Ina, Kaia, Kaja, Karen, Karin, Karina, Karine
  • Persian: کیت
  • Polish: Kasia, Karina
  • Portuguese: Cátia, Kátia
  • Punjabi: ਕੇਟ (Kēṭa)
  • Russian: Кейт (Keyt), Катенька (Katenka), Катерина (Katerina), Катя (Katia), Катя (Katya)
  • Serbian: Кејт (Kejt)
  • Slovak: Katka
  • Slovene: Katica, Katja
  • Swedish: Cajsa, Kai, Kajsa, Katja, Carin, Carina, Ina, Kaj, Kaja, Karin, Karina
  • Tamil: கேட் (Kēṭ)
  • Telugu: కేట్ (Kēṭ)
  • Thai: เคท (Kheth)
  • Ukrainian: Катерина (Kateryna)
  • Urdu: کیٹ
  • Welsh: Cadi
  • Yiddish: קייט (Qyyt)

People[edit]

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Other[edit]

  • Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (born 1982), wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge; formerly Kate Middleton
  • Kate Bisschop-Swift (1834–1928), Dutch painter
  • Kate Booth (1858–1955), English Salvationist and evangelist, eldest daughter of William and Catherine Booth
  • Big Nose Kate (1850–1940), Hungarian-born prostitute and longtime companion and common-law wife of Old West gunfighter Doc Holliday, born Mary Katherine Horony
  • Kate M. Gordon (1861–1932), American suffragette
  • Kate Grigorieva (born 1989), Russian supermodel
  • Kate Moss (born 1974), English supermodel
  • Kate Osamor (born 1968), British Labour Party politician
  • Kate Scow, US rofessor of soil science and microbial ecology
  • Kate Sheppard (1848–1934), New Zealand suffragette
  • Kate Spade (1962–2018), American designer and businesswoman
  • Kate Tyrrell (1863–1921), Irish sea captain and owner of a shipping company

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