Katinka

[operetta] Katinka is an operetta in three acts composed by Rudolf Friml to a libretto by Otto Harbach. It was first performed at the Park Theatre in Morristown, New Jersey, on December 2, 1915, with May Naudain in the title role and subsequently received its Broadway premiere on December 23, 1915 at the 44th Street Theatre. ==Background an...
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Katinka

Katinka is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Katinka

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Katinka

Katinka is a Russian girl name. The meaning of the name is `Blessed, Pure, Holy` Where is it used? The name Katinka is mainly used In Russian.It is an abbreviated form of Katherine, used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Katerina ( In Czech) See also In Russian and In Bulgarian: Ekaterina (F) In Russian: Jekaterina In Russian: Katya The ...
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Katinka

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`.{CN|date=July 2014} Anglicized versions include Caitlin and Katherine. It may also refer to: ==Arts== ==People and characters== ==Places== ...
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Katinka

[song] `Katinka` was the Dutch entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1962, performed in Dutch by De Spelbrekers. The song is about the titular Katinka - a young girl whom the singers see walking every morning. They explain that she has a powerful effect on the boys who see her, all of whom beg for her to turn around and give them `A glimpse ...
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