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  1. #1
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    Need variations on Kathleen

    I would love to honour my wonderful grandmother Kathleen in a middle name slot. However I'm not loving the name Kathleen and she doesn't have a middle name. Are there any variations or alternatives that would honour my grandmother?
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  2. #3
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    Other inspiration could come from that she collects owl collectables
    And she was known as robin when she lead a brownie pack
    Mama to Maddie the dog, Daisy and Oakley the guinea pigs
    Current favourite girls - no combos yet Freya, Imogen, Phoebe, Eleanor,
    Current favourite boys - Rafferty Saxon John, Theodore Lucas James, Phineas Isaac ?

  3. #5
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    Why not Robin?

    Some Kath names:

    Katherine
    Kathia
    Kathlaya
    Kathura

    Names that mean "pure" like Kathleen:

    Agnes
    Amala
    Bianca
    Bimala
    Caitriona
    Cathresha
    Dalisay
    Delwyn
    Karen
    Marya
    Punita
    Tahira
    Vimala

    Owl names:

    Nascha -- resembling an owl
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  4. #7
    Join Date
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    There are a ton of variations and nicknames for Kathleen:

    Catalina
    Catia (Portuguese, pronounced KAH-tee-uh)
    Kaija (Finnish, pronounced KYE-uh)
    Karina
    Kasia
    Kate
    Katherine
    Kay
    Kit
    Kitty
    Lena
    Trina

    As for "robin" and "owl", I didn't find much other than Robin. One site says that the name Opa means "owl" in Choctaw, but @dantea would probably know if that's accurate.

    Good luck!

  5. #9
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    There's the obvious Katherine or Caitlin. The Irish Caitlín is actually a slightly different pronunciation koyt-LEEN, and is a bit more of an obvious connection, but would likely cause pronunciation problems outside of Ireland.

    Catalina/Katalina
    Katarina/Caterina
    Caitríona (kuh-TREE-nuh)
    Caitria
    Katia/Katija/Katya (etc)
    Kate
    Leena
    Caitrín
    Katherina/Catharina (etc)
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