Region of origin
Katinka is a feminine given name possibly originating in either Russia or Hungary. It is the pet form of Katerina or Ekaterina. Katinka means "pure". Anglicized versions include Caitlin and Katherine. It may also refer to:
Katinka (film), a 1988 film directed by Max von Sydow,
Katinka (operetta), a 1915 operetta by Otto Harbach and Rudolf Friml,
"Katinka" (song), the Dutch entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1962,
People and Characters:
Katinka Hosszú (born 1989), Hungarian swimmer,
Katinka van de Velde, a Dutch Governor's wife, in Wilbur Smith's Birds of Prey,
Katinka Ingabogovinanana, a fictional character in the 2001 film Zoolander,
Katinka Village, Wisconsin,
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