[ka-trin] /ˈkæ trɪn/
Loch, a lake in central Scotland. 8 miles (13 km) long.
noun Loch Katrine
a lake in central Scotland, east of Loch Lomond: noted for its associations with Sir Walter Scott’s Lady of the Lake. Length: about 13 km (8 miles)
/kætˈsiːnə/ noun 1. a state of N Nigeria. Capital: Katsina. Pop: 5 792 578 (2006). Area: 24 192 sq km (9341 sq miles) 2. a city in N Nigeria, in Katsina state: a major intellectual and cultural centre of the Hausa people (16th–18th centuries). Pop: 530 000 (2005 est)
noun An old car: makes it clear that some of the old katrinkas are worth their weight in gold (1990s+)
(Josh. 19:15), a town of Asher, has been identified with Kana el Jelil. (See CANA.)
[kat-i-gat, kah-ti-gaht] /ˈkæt ɪˌgæt, ˈkɑ tɪˌgɑt/ noun 1. a strait between Jutland and Sweden. 40–70 miles (64–113 km) wide. /ˈkætɪˌɡæt/ noun 1. a strait between Denmark and Sweden: linked by the Sound, the Great Belt, and the Little Belt with the Baltic Sea and by the Skagerrak with the North Sea Former spelling Cattegat