Catherine I
biographical name 1684-1727 wife of Peter the Great empress of Russia (1725-27)

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Catherine I — /ˈkæθrən/ (say kathruhn) noun c. 1683–1727, consort of Peter the Great, and empress of Russia 1725–27 …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Catherine Ire de Russie — Catherine Ire Catherine Ire de Russie Titre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Catherine — Catherine1 [kath′ər in] n. [Fr < L Catharina, Ecaterina < Gr Aikaterinē; form and meaning infl. by katharos, pure, unsullied] a feminine name: dim. Cathy, Kate, Kathy, Kit, Kitty; var. Catharine; equiv. It. Caterina, Ir. Kathleen, Russ.… …   English World dictionary

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