What does the name Kata mean? Find out below.
From Japanese 型 (“pattern, model”). In English use since the 1950s.
From Ancient Greek κατά (katá, “downwards”). Compare cata-.
kata was also found in the following language(s): Chickasaw, Finnish, Indonesian, Japanese, Malay, Novial, Pitjantjatjara, Rapa Nui, Swahili, Tagalog, and VolapÃ¼k
She has had major accomplishments since 1995. Kata was given the name Katalin Kovács on February 25th, 1974 in Győr.
Kata Inocencio is a broadcast journalist. Kata was given the name Katherine Inocencio in 1960 in Philippines. Kata is also known as Kata.
Kata Dalström was a socialist agitator. Kata was born on December 18th, 1858 in Emtöholm, Västervik Municipality, Kalmar County. She left this life on December 11th, 1923.
Kata was born in 1700. She breathed her last breath in 1759.
Kata was born on August 30th, 1980. Kata is also known as Tisza and Katalin Erzsébet.
Kata was born in 1659. She left this life in 1708.
Ragnhild was born on May 23rd, 1873 in Kåtaeiet, Vestre Slidre, Norway. She died on February 12th, 1947.
Matt Kata is a baseball player. Matt was born on March 14th, 1978 in Fairview Park, Ohio.
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|█||Hispanic or Latino||1.99%||16.26%|
People with the last name Kata are most frequently White or Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander